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  • Too much power in too few hands.

    The framers of the U.S. Constitution were fearful of a powerful judiciary. They purposely created it as the least powerful of three federal branches. Very early on, they succeeded in overreaching their authority and the overreach went unchallenged. We now have laws written by the judiciary instead of the legislature, and signed into law without the executive. 5 lawyers have taken the place of the role of the bicameral legislature AND the executive branch.

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