With the political season in high gear, it is clear Americans are concerned about the top issues like terrorism and the economy.
And with the focus now squarely on the presidential race, it’s important to remember there’s another issue that demands the attention of all Americans – a burgeoning bureaucracy that is totally out-of-control.
The Constitution only allows for three branches of government – not a fourth branch.
Yet we have one.
This branch of government is elected by no one, ignored by the media, protected by the courts and by a complex web of laws and regulations: with job security so great that some federal employees are more likely to die on the job than be fired. . . .
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