Executive Branch could lose much of its unconstitutional power

Posted: June 21, 2015 in Uncategorized

Executive Branch could lose much of its unconstitutional power

Coach is Right ^ | 6/21/15 | Doug Book

Posted on 6/21/2015, 1:18:45 PM by Oldpuppymax

An injunction issued against the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by federal judge Leigh Martin May could spell the beginning of the end for Administrative Law Courts and with them, 80 years of unconstitutional abuse of power by the Executive branch.

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Administrative Law “…allows for the creation of public regulatory agencies and contains all of the statutes, judicial decisions, and regulations that govern them.” These regulatory bodies include the EPA and the SEC. Many came into being during the reign of Franklin Roosevelt, the one president more arrogant and power hungry than Barack Obama. The law itself “…is created by administrative agencies to implement their powers and duties in the form of rules, regulations, orders, and decisions.”

What an efficient way of getting things done, given it is the Administrative Agencies themselves which write and implement much of the law by which they are governed in Administrative Courts! And it is the Executive Branch–the White House–which directs the agenda of these powerful administrative bodies……………….MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

via Executive Branch could lose much of its unconstitutional power.

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