Federal government is more distant and disconnected from the people than ever before, and there is legitimate reason to fear that our government has ceased to be the Republic our Founders designed to last through the ages – if we could keep it.
To understand the “deep state” and the rise of a permanent army of unaccountable bureaucrats (3 million to be exact), we must look at how the increasing complexity of society has been used since the late-1800s as an excuse to delegate more and more rule-making authority from the Congress to the Executive branch.
George Mason warned at the Philadelphia convention that the founders were not including sufficient safeguards against the accumulation of power in the new office of the Presidency.
Find out how Mason's prediction has fared in the 230 years since then...
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