Skip to comments.How The New Deal Corrupted Government And Eroded Constitutional Checks And Balances
Posted on 05/08/2018 7:23:13 AM PDT by fwdude
The New Deal led to the rise of the administrative state, to which Congress frequently delegates its regulatory power. Its programs were so vast, they required a massive team of people to carry out. Instead of being divided up into three entities legislative, judicial, and executive, as prescribed by the Constitution the government is now functionally divided into the political and administrative states.
Under this re-imagined structure, decisions are no longer made by the people. They are made by special interests: the bureaucrats regulating the issue, interest groups, and corporations. The massive bureaucratic state makes it so the people no longer decide how something is regulated, and groups that have traditionally sided with the common man, like labor unions, favor this because many of them are on the inside and get a seat at the decision table. As a result, regulations are made not for the benefit of the American people, but to benefit the corporations who depend upon certain regulations and contracts from the government.
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The American people like “checks and balances” so long as the check is headed off balance to them.
How the American Catholic Church succumbed to the Administrative Entitlement State, portending Saul Alinsky’s conversion of the American Catholic Hierarchy to ends-justify-means immorality. https://ricochet.com/archives/american-catholicisms-pact-with-the-devil/
Ever since the New Deal America has be getting a Raw Deal.
Thanks to the Zapruder film, our faith in big government will soon be ending across the board. Modern technology has caught up to the doctoring they did to the film and the deception put before us about the JFK assassination and once a thread starts to unravel, soon the clothing is entirely gone which has covered the lies we’ve been given by our good ole government. What else have they lied about? RFK? MLK? The moon landings? 9-11? You name it and they are in deep trouble as far as the trust factor is concerned and there will soon be a groundswell of support for REDUCING their role in our lives and limiting the power they now exert. The founding fathers had ZERO trust in government to behave itself and finally, once again, we the people will feel the same way. It’s coming.
What was so tragic is that the New Deal was wildly popular among so many, giving FDR the presidency for it in 4 elections. How did we get so blind so early?
Please tell me then: What was the motivation to kill Pres. Kennedy?
He had the Treasury printing U.S. notes, not Federal Reserve notes that are laundered through the Federal Reserve system. That's the biggest reason I can think of. It always comes down to money because money = power.
This is how the unaccountable “swamp” of administrative agencies got started.
There were lots of enemies within his government who wished him dead. The military industrial complex were not about to see massive profiteering from a war in Vietnam go away, LBJ did not want to go to prison, J. Edgar Hoover was not about to let himself be canned. The C.I.A. wasn’t going to allow itself to be dismantled. You name it and he represented a threat to it’s continuance. They were not going to let it happen to them. Carrying out the hit, then covering it up has been a full time job for them ever since. The clock has struck midnight on their little plan and soon, it will all unravel. Really bad for THEM and good for us.
JFK tried unsuccessfully several times to assassinate Castro. Castro promised Oswald a lot of money to kill JFK.
Johnson had Ruby clean up the mess, Democrat-style, so he could have his war with Vietnam and not be distracted with a war in Cuba.
Yeah. That’s a popular theory. I’m putting my money on the Fed. (no pun intended of course)
Wickard v Filburn.
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