Egulatory environment

Egulatory environment

With a overwhelming ejaculatory environment, sixteen (16) trillion dollars In federal debt, and overrides of the Constitution, creates a non-freedom friendly environment. Declaration: Freedom and the Rights of Man In the course of history, it occasionally becomes necessary to dissolve one’s democratic ties to another. Governments are established by citizens, to protect the rights of man from the disastrous reign of tyranny. Throughout time, tyrants, thieves of the rights of nature and man, and pirates of God’s will, have relinquished the civil liberties of their citizens.

Tyranny becoming absolved by others is not without ensconce of apology and the vindication of the autocratic acts committed by one on another. When such events occur, men create new governments, in place of old, and start anew in the hopes of greater welfare for fellow man. Self-evident truths, as stated in the document from which this document is derived (The Declaration of Independence), entrusts man with the rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness from his Creator.

Presently, the government of the United States and its President aspire to transcend their roles to uphold the Constitution, by instead rewriting it, in the assurance of felicity for citizens. Such heinous acts renders the Constitution debilitated as the supreme law of the land. Thus, warranted acts for the change of structure and power are a reality. Grievances The United States and its government is not a complete failure in structure, but is corrupt from within.

The government bureaucrats and politicians have given into the corruption of bribery, lobbyist legislation, advantageous policy in domestic and foreign affairs that led to their betterment. This nearsightedness, caused by such corruption, has resulted in the incessant inability of the Congress and the President o solve the paramount issues at hand. The government of the United States continually limits the rights and extends its power granted in the Constitution.

The most noteworthy of the exaggeration of hegemony are executive privilege, A DECLARATION: FREEDOM AND THE RIGHTS OF MAN regulations, uncontrollable spending, and taxation. Executive Privilege 4 The use of executive powers by the President is a prime example of the exaggeration of power. President Barack Obama signed 147 executive orders since taking the office, but this use of executive privilege is not Just a new concept Presidential Executive Orders). President Bill Clinton and President George W.

Bush used executive orders during their respective administrations, a combined, 655 times (Presidential Executive Orders). Executive privilege is controversial, most strict constitutionalists believe that the Constitution grants no such power, while those who have set in the oval office claim such power is vital to the presidency. The controversy stems form some of the power exercised when an executive order is issued. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed executive order 9066 which discriminated against Japanese Americans.

This led to years of discrimination for this group for years. Other controversial orders were made by President George W. Bush to combat terrorism after 9/1 1 (Hookworms). But, the most recent outrage against executive orders are President Beam’s signature attached to orders such as the closure of Augmentation Bay (which failed), the suspension of interrogation methods, such as weatherboarding, and the bypass of Congress for the implement of agenda and policy (Hookworms). The executive orders of the current and previous administrations The U. S.

Government continually adds cumbersome regulations the hinder growth f American industry and business. This government “red tape” is believed by some “career politicians” that regulations actually create Jobs because companies must hire people to decipher 5 and be sure businesses are within the laws, regulations, and codes. But, in actuality, Jobs created cannot measure up to the reductions in Jobs that these regulations cause. Businesses become overwhelmed from the restrictions that hinder their efforts to expand and add Jobs to the workforce.

In the first three years of the Obama administration, the U. S. Government has added 106 major regulations, and exceeding forty-six (46) billion additional dollars in federal spending upon the American taxpayer (The Heritage Foundation). This statistics also do not include the Affordable Care Act (Beamer), the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank), or the countless regulations set forth by the EPA, which hinder the American small businessperson on a daily basis (The Heritage Foundation).

The regulatory environment of the American economy contain ill-minded and hazardous ramifications at the expense of American consumers. Banks, due the government- enthroned transaction fees, canceled rewards programs as consequence of the increased expenses. And, it’s not only fiscal and economic issues that are dictated by strict government regulations, social issues are controlled in a similar fashion. The most recent and relevant uproar is a ban of assault rifles due to the the recent mass shootings that have occurred.

It is restrictions like these, in defiance of the constitutional rights of Americans, that clearly explain the autocratic society if America. Uncontrollable Spending The most prevalent problem against the U. S. And its government is the rampant pending which has superseded sixteen (16) trillion dollars in federal debt. Economic security is fragile when large debts are consumed by governments, thus politicians believe more spending is a solution. But, as common sense dictates, it is impossible to spend to the path of prosperity.