Re: Unenforced Constitutional Clauses

Raymond G. Van De Walker (
Fri, 11 Jun 1999 21:51:34 PDT

On Sat, 05 Jun 1999 18:09:27 -0700 Jeff Davis <> writes:
>Raymond G. Van De Walker wrote:
>>So, federal regulations are illegal if they coerce states (and
>state citizens) without formal
>>representation of the populace as a whole.
>But isn't that what the congressional representatives are? (Or would
>be, if the system was legit?)

But see, if my reading is right, then they're not _supposed_ to delegate law-making authority. >90% of the federal register (where all federal regulations appear) is
generated by _unelected_ officials as _adminstrative_ (unelected, therefore not representative, therefore _not republican_ government)

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