Administrative State Delenda Est

With the election of Donald Trump and Republican majorities in the House and Senate, there is no single issue in a more desperate need of addressing than the out-of-control administrative state.

While taxes and healthcare are perennial policy battles, the so-called “fourth branch” is in many ways responsible for the “rigged game” that many conservative voters are tired of losing. When Democrats are in power, government grows; when Republicans are, it continues to do so at a slightly decelerated pace.

Until Congress and the president take concrete steps to rein in the bureaucrats who stay in office regardless of who sits in the Oval Office, they are at best playing for temporary stakes.\

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Feltscher Stepman, Inez. (2017, March 29) Administrative State Delenda Est. Retrieved