The anti-democracy index

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February 11, 2013
Competitive Enterprise Institute
by Clyde Wayne Crews and Ryan Young  
Posted in Commentary

"The United States Constitution gives 'all legislative powers herein granted' to Congress. Neither the judicial nor the executive branch has the power to make laws, only interpret and execute them, respectively -- at least in theory. In practice, things are quite different. Not only do executive branch agencies makes laws every day by issuing regulations that have the force of law, they do more lawmaking than Congress -- a lot more." (02/08/13)  

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