Historical Abuse of Power — Absolutism
Central to federal government’s abuse of power are statute clauses that undermine the law’s deterrence against federal employees. Established statutes therefore reinforce the supremacy of the governing class. This idea is not new. It is called absolutism.
Throughout the governments motions and responses to our lawsuits, federal government employees and the courts have insisted that some flexibly in its accountability to federal and state statures are in order to facilitate the efficient functioning of government. A key error here is that federal employees believe that laws are in place to enable government to govern the people. In part, that is a function of the rule of law. However, the United States Constitution, is a check on that power.
Otherwise, as has happened here, our government drifts back to an absolutism governing philosophy.