The US Constitution defines three separate (and supposedly equal) branches of government:
Unfortunately, today we have a fourth branch of government:
- Administrative (or maybe called the Regulatory branch)
How did this happen?
The founders probably could not have anticipated this happening. In the day and age of the writing of the US Constitution, it was not anticipated that regulations would need to be created that were so specific that the Congressmen themselves could not write the words (or at least with the help of some assistants). Continue reading There is no fourth branch of the federal government