There are sins of omission and sins of commission.
My law school did not tell us that our system is based on individualism, the priority of the individual over the commune, fascist nationalism. Individualism is why our Constitution speaks to the individual right to a jury, the individual right to confront our accuser, the individual right to an impartial magistrate and many more individual rights.
But when it comes to sins of commission, they told us that Constitutional rights are not important in the administrative process because the legislature did not have time to deal with minor agency matters. What?
When the administrative state is not limited by the law, and not limited by the Constitution, its power is unlimited.
Having unlimited power means that an unelected bureaucracy can establish a state religion that disguises itself as environmentalism, but worships Gaia, contrary to the separation of Church and State.
Despite the difficulty in always clearly communicating objections to the bureaucracies taking the side of non-humans over our human rights, maybe we should take notice that it is the God-fearing who seem to be the first ones noticing things going wrong with central control that prioritizes habitat for subhumans.
Livy, sharing thoughts and opinion from a bunkhouse on the southern high plains of Texas.