Does Power Corrupt? Absolutely!

Today I'm diving into the waters of government and politics.

From Revolutionary America to the new nation, the founders were unanimous in their belief that the combination of executive, legislative and judicial powers in single hands would destroy liberty.

Constitutional lawyer Jonathan Emord says in his book The Rise of Tyranny " political truth is certainly of greater intrinsic value, or is stamped with the authority of more enlightened patrons of liberty than the principle of separation of powers." Interestingly, now we live in a country where 3/4x of all the laws promulgated by the federal government are the product, NOT of elected representatives, NOT of the people in congress and the senate, but of unelected officials appointed to the rule of administrative agencies and commissions possessed of combined legislative, executive and judicial powers.

We live in an oligarchy masquerading as a constitutional republic because of this thing called delegation, which allowed the congress to stop making laws and delegate the making of laws to governmental organizations, which became self policing. This has been going on since the 1930s and most people in the United States are completely unaware of it.


This is the reason that the FDA makes their own laws. The FDA and all other governmental organizations.  They do whatever the hell they want. You didn’t elect the head of the FDA, the head of the FDA was appointed by somebody and that organization makes all the laws which govern health.

This is why the FDA and the Federal Trade Commission, and pretty much every other governmental organization, have risen to ascendancy. Thus why we're all in a pickle.  

Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
— John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton

This is what I did. I went to a completely government sanctioned accredited pre-med university, The University of Massachusetts, and received my bachelor of science. Then I went to the best university for Naturopathic Medicine (in Seattle, Washington) for  four years to graduate. I passed national boards, passed state boards and pursue continuing education credit every year (which I have for the past 27 years and counting).

I’m not allowed to practice medicine because the FDA only allows the MDs to practice medicine. 

Currently there are five states in the United States that cover naturopathic medicine with insurance. The inability of naturopathic physicians to have insurance coverage for their services and the inaccessibility of naturopathic medicine to the vast majority of people in the United States is a HUGE problem. Only people that can afford a private health consultation have access. Does this seem fair to you?

The only reason that this exists is because of the monopoly imposed on the delivery of medicine by the FDA.

This is why my website is so important, because we offer boilerplate foundational medical nutrition for the masses.  Health strategies that you can take advantage of right now, TODAY to get you into the game of healing. You don’t need a doctor’s appointment, you don’t need to move to a state that licenses naturopathic medicine.  You just need to tune in and turn on.

Live long and prosper!


BlogDr. Peter Glidden