The New Norm: Government Abuse of Power with Immunity: 4 Shocking Examples You Should Know About

Craig Huey Government, Congress, and Politics 2 Comments

Throughout Western history, bureaucracy has tried to protect itself from accountability, transparency, and responsibility. That’s why the framers of the U.S. Constitution set up a representative republic: a limited government with primary responsibilities to protect private property and provide justice. When a government expands its jurisdiction, that’s when problems arise. As Ronald Reagan famously said, “The most terrifying words in …

Spying on Americans: The U.S. Intelligence Agencies’ Abuse of Power

Craig Huey Deep State, Government, Congress, and Politics Leave a Comment

As you know, President Trump has ordered the declassification and release of all documents from the FBI, CIA and other intelligence agencies related to the investigation of Russian collusion. These documents will reveal the extent of the spying on his 2016 presidential campaign … and the continued surveillance even after he was elected and inaugurated. The spying was clearly an …