by: the Common Constitutionalist
Yesterday I wrote part one of this two-part article. You may review part one here.
The premise was that no matter who we elect, nothing changes in Washington. The government just keeps growing and our rights keep shrinking, as do our wallets.
It was Mark Levin who reminded me that it’s the unelected bureaucracy and federal court system that really prevents any positive change.
In part one I hit upon the bureaucracy but concentrated more on dealing with the court system.
Here, I set my sights on the unaccountable bureaucracy that if left unchecked, will regulate us into third world status.
There are two types of federal agencies: Cabinet level and independent. Although both are said to be part of the Executive branch, unlike the Cabinet level agencies, the President really has no authority over the “independent”. They work outside the control of the Executive branch.