By Geoffrey P. Hunt
February 1, 2011
The victims of today's excessive government regulatory zeal face the same enemy confronted by the nation's Founders: unconstrained centralized power.
The modern version of unconstrained power is an oligarchy enforced by unaccountable and unelected bureaucrats, all agents of the executive branch and immune to recall.
No one can escape the vice-grip squeeze on the artery of a free nation -- neither businesses nor individuals can find relief. We're suffocating under the choke-hold from the liberal ruling elites, whose vision of good government is consulting with the Federal Register each morning to find out what we are allowed to eat for breakfast, when and how we can wash our clothes or turn on the thermostat, what kind of toilet to flush, how much O2 we can breathe in, and how much CO2 we can breathe out.