By Allen Buckley
While President Obama’s recent displeasure with the U.S. Supreme Court’s power to determine the constitutionality of the health care law is well documented, less documented are his agencies’ improper regulatory actions. Substantively, agencies have been making law. Together, these actions show a disdain for the legislative and judicial branches by the executive branch, thus threatening the balance (and separation) of powers provided by the U.S. Constitution. In short, the Obama administration has shown a constant objective of making the executive branch supreme during Mr. Obama’s tenure.
With gridlock in Congress, the Obama administration has taken regulatory powers to a level never before experienced and is, in substance, creating laws. It is doing so by having its agencies…