With the proliferation of bureaucracy, governance in the United States has become quite different than the U.S. Constitution’s approach of a separation of powers, and checks and balances.Details
There will be a day of reckoning when the credit stops and the bills for all this spending come due. When that day comes and politicians and bureaucrats have to deal with reality, it will be very uncomfortable to find yourself in their liability column, which is where healthcare reform will put many more Americans.Details
by Clay Barham
Easier said, but it can be done.Â It starts with the new CEO of the Federal Government, the President, telling all those who work for the Executive Branch there will be no more hiring, except for the military.Â That means when people die or retire, they will not be replaced by anyone from the outside.Â If necessary to replace them, it will be from people already working in other departments of the government, like musical chairs.Â That is when you will see impending shrinkage of the bureaucracy.
In addition to that, you eliminate the Cabinet Departments by telling them they may neither hire nor replace at all, ever again, for certain, and if done, heads will roll. Each Cabinet chief comes into the administration for the sole purpose of eliminating the department in, say, four years.Â The result is departments will ultimately disappear and have to share necessary functions, if there are any, with the states until they are out of the loop.Â This is kind of a Tenth Amendment thing, gradually accomplished by deaths and retirements, and no replacement of those working in the Departments.Details
by Clay Barham
It is a project long overdue. We know how America runs best, when it worked best and what levels of government are most appropriate. We just need to back up and pare down. I do not know anyone who thinks the Post Office mentality operates any organization better than free people do.
We know our Declaration of Independence qualifies the role of free people and their government, and we know our Federal Constitution, as originally put forth, helped shape the way America functioned organizationally. If that is so, then we need only move back to a time when everything was best. America proved best for all people when compared to all other styles and forms of civil organization.Details