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Friday, December 01, 2023

Rep. Lauren Boebert's attempt to argue with a Social Security Administration official about employee productivity during a hearing backfired. read more

Monday, November 27, 2023

Despite long advocating small government and local control, Republican governors and legislators across a significant swath of the country are increasingly overriding the actions of Democratic cities ... read more

Wednesday, November 22, 2023

With the arrival of Thanksgiving, we enter the homestretch of 2023. Thought I'd post something non-political and, hopefully, more laid back and civil in disucssion. read more

Tuesday, November 21, 2023

Opinion writer Juan Williams writes for The Hill: Remember when the right wing exploded because presidential candidate Barack Obama's pastor once yelled "God damn America!"? Well, take a look at the hatred against America coming from today's right led by former President Trump.

Friday, November 17, 2023

Most important point

"If you believe encouraging voting and reading is a direct challenge to the Republican party...I think that party needs to do some soul searching...It might be time for the Republican party to give up on the culture wars. One, clearly, they're losing and two, it has warped the Republican party to the point where being in favor of voting and reading...is a direct challenge to the Republican party principles."


In limiting Congress's power to delegate, the nondelegation doctrine exists primarily to prevent Congress from ceding its legislative power to other entities not vested with legislative authority under the Constitution.

It's a good thing the agencies aren't legislating, isn't it?


In its 2022 decision in West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency, the Supreme Court provided further clarity on the nondelegation doctrine, emphasizing that a decision of magnitude and consequence rests with Congress itself, or an agency acting pursuant to a clear delegation from that representative body.3

As of 2022, this very court ruled that delegation of power was perfectly Constitutional.

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