The writer hit on a big problem in America - an unelected, unaccountable fascist bureaucratic class.
He should have expanded his thoughts. For example, Congress has divested its legislative law-making power and given it to bureaucrats. And the idiot courts have allowed it.
Anytime you have unelected bureaucrats writing law, you have a dictatorship. Bureaucrats place an unaccountable layer between the citizen and accountable branches of government.
Courts have ruled that citizens must exhaust bureaucratic scraping and bowing before laws written by these fascists can be challenged. That's crap. No unaccountable weasel, pencil-neck bureaucrat should have the power to write law.
One of the chief features of totalitarian societies is bureaucrats arbitrarily writing law. This was common in both the soviet union and fascist Germany.
Bureaucrats should have only the power to push papers written by legislators. Bureaucrats should have no law-making power, no reason to be armed and no sovereign immunity.
That is SO true. The bureaucratic class is slowly strangling this country to death. How can a nation be free when bureaucrats now outnumber the private class?