The Founders were very clear that the government only has authority to do what the people have authority to do according to Gods (Christs) Natural Law of Liberty. After all, it is the people who give the government its authority. And since people only have authority to protect their God Given inalienable rights, that is all the authority they can delegate to government. People do not have authority to take from some and give to others or even to regulate the affairs of other people without their consent, so government has NO legitimate right to do such things.
Can Agencies write Law?
Part of the “101 Constitutional Questions” we teach in our www.ConstitutionalBootcamp.com class based on over 40 years of Constitutional Research & over 10000+ hours of Study on Legislated Usurpations:
Is it Constitutional for an agency of the Federal Government to write rules and regulations which are enforced in the courts as "laws?"
ANSWER: “NO”; This is a recent development in governmental procedures. It is called "administrative law." The Founders provided no power in any agency of government to make laws except the “Congress”.
"We have no government armed in power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Our Constitution was made only for a religious and moral people. It is wholly inadequate for the government of any other."
~John Adams (Oct. 11th, 1798 Address to the Military)
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ANSWER: Constitutionally (ARTICLE I; SECTION 8; 17), the Federal government may ONLY acquire land within a state for one of four purposes–forts, arsenals, dock-yards, and Federal buildings—and then ONLY after getting the consent of the State Legislature. There is NO authority for the Federal Government to occupy huge areas of land within a state for national forests, national parks, wilderness areas, wildlife refuge areas, etc.
Part of the “101 Constitutional Questions” we teach in our class based on over 40 years of Constitutional Research & over 10000+ hours of Study on Legislated Usurpations:
“The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite.”
~James Madison (Federalist Paper #45 January 26, 1788)
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