Project 2025: Attack On Crucial Government Agencies And Federal Regulations!

Project 2025, the Heritage Foundation plan to promote massive right wing government in America, is a direct attack on crucial government agencies:

Eliminate the Department of Energy
Eliminate the Department of Education
Eliminate the Department of Commerce
Eliminate the Food and Drug Administration
Eliminate the Environmental Protection Agency
Eliminate the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Eliminate the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Transform the Department of Justice to an agency controlled by the White House
Radically Change the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Radically Change the Department of Homeland Security
Repeal Dodd-Frank Financial Regulations
Reduce Business Regulations
End Funding of National Public Radio and the Public Broadcasting System
Privatize the Federal Aviation Administration
Repeal Net Neutrality regulations

The whole concept of an “Administrative State”, which has been part of American government since Theodore Roosevelt onward, and with both parties, Democrats and Republicans, is under threat, as it is also due to recent Supreme Court decisions!

5 comments on “Project 2025: Attack On Crucial Government Agencies And Federal Regulations!

  1. Robert Drogosch July 10, 2024 1:45 pm

    That is the core of everything good in our constitution. I’m surprised they didn’t go after the first amendment. Might be a little too early for that. Not the America I bled for.

  2. Rational Lefty July 11, 2024 8:27 am

    On Tuesday, Nikki Haley officially released the delegates she won during the Republican presidential nominating contests and encouraged them to vote for Donald Trump. And that total capitulation didn’t even earn her an invite to the Republican National Convention.

  3. Rustbelt Democrat July 11, 2024 8:55 am

    I’m rather angered that the media isn’t covering this as much as it should.

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