When a three-legged stool becomes a two-legged one, it falls over. There is a near-infinite list of very good reasons the founders designed our government structure with three arguably opposing bodies. Those would be the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. They’re supposed to serve as checks and balances against each other, but power-hungry legislators would love nothing more than to control the judicial system — here’s why that’s a very bad idea.
By ACRU Staff|2021-05-04T18:11:45+00:00May 4th, 2021|