I think the system is broken around law enforcement. It's not just a few bad apples, but it's a system that doesn't allow people to peacefully live their lives.
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Since the Industrial Revolution, both businesses and government have grown into behemoth bureaucracies. I see the digital age as a tool for changing that. Also, I begin my quote of the week series and we pay tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives for the freedom we enjoy every day.
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In a land where every person is supposed to be equal, the fact that one man stands in front of the country each year to be lauded for the accomplishments of each individual is stupid and imperialistic. It gives the office of the Presidency the appearance of Monarchy and diminishes the accomplishments of the individual Americans who made the real difference. Since it seems America will never return to a letter from the President to Congress about the State of the Union, it seems necessary to evaluate the speech as it is.
The CFPB is the latest case of executive agencies overstepping their bounds, but it is all too common. It is destructive to a republic built on checks and balances to have bureaucrats writing laws without a legislature.