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Since the 1930s the Congress has delegated legislative, executive, and judicial powers to over 200 independent regulatory commissions. Those agencies enact over 90 percent of all federal law. They are ruled by individuals who are unelected and largely unaccountable to the Courts and Congress. Repeatedly they pursue their own self-interest at the expense of life and health. Often the agencies become captives of the industry they regulate, as in the case of the FDA (captive to the pharmaceutical industry) because it is in the economic self interest of those who run the agency to obtain lucrative post government employment form the key industries regulated. The result is widespread corruption, biased and perverse enforcement of the law, and anti-competitive regulation.

©2020 Jonathan Emord (P)2020 Jonathan Emord

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