President Trump needs a skunkworks team coming up with as many political land mines as possible to embed in the landscape against Democrats if Republicans are forced to retreat from the White House in January.
President Trump was quite right to want to drain the swamp—not just DC lobbying and cronyism but also the bloated administrative staffs from agency to agency.
Given Biden’s embrace of far-left cultural notions regarding sex and gender, it’s fair to assume his Education Department would swiftly implement a sweeping and radical agenda across the board.
Acting as prosecutor, judge, and jury, the National Labor Relations Board is just the tip of the iceberg of government agencies wielding far too much power.
At its most basic, Alex Vindman thinks that bureaucrats have the right to substitute their judgment for that of the American people. None of us chose Vindman or his colleagues.
Getting answers to Sen. Chuck Grassley’s questions will help expose some of the breadth and depth of the greatest political scandal our country has ever faced, but so much more is required.
The purpose of appointing inspectors general is to ensure no one is above the law. Instead of guarding this public trust, State Department IG Steve Linick weaponized it.
A new report offers new insight into just how much unelected bureaucrats have embraced Article 1 powers of legislating in the administrative state.
What were public health officials at every level of government doing last year? Were they preparing for a pandemic? Or were they using their office to meddle with your lifestyle choices?
Virus management is about power and control, the two things the elite always want and therefore don’t want to relinquish even when the virus recedes.
Sidney Longwell’s case is just one of many examples of federal agencies weaponizing bureaucratic delay against American citizens.
Richard Grenell has doggedly pursued the president’s agenda in the face of unrelenting defiance from the European Union’s most consequential power.
When the cockroaches are all scurrying across the floor, you can be sure that somebody shone a light on their nest.
The U.S. Founders never would have adopted Chuck Todd’s dangerous proposition that bureaucrats be allowed to lock Americans up, deny them their liberty, and otherwise operate a police force without political accountability.
In illustrating examples of bureaucratic connivance and mismanagement, ‘Yes Minister’ provided generations of viewers much enjoyment and a subtle way of holding government to account.
Democrats have been forcing us to watch ‘Groundhog Day: Trump Edition’ for three years straight because they refuse to accept that in America, the people are the sovereign, not the deep state Democrats control.
This entire episode, and many more, should cause us to rethink certain legal principles related to federal employees that have governed us for decades.
Barr recounted numerous significant instances in which a coalition of primarily unelected bureaucrats have obstructed Trump’s use of presidential powers to an extent they never have for any other president.
If Trump thinks it’s in the national interest to root out corruption in Ukraine and get to the bottom of 2016 election meddling, that’s his prerogative.
The HIRE Act would relocate nearly all of the employees of ten executive departments to regions of the country that need the jobs more.
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