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Jay Sekulow—one of America’s most influential attorneys—explores a post Obama landscape where bureaucracy has taken over our government and provides a practical roadmap to help take back our personal liberties. Jay Sekulow is on a mission to defend Americans’ freedom. The fact is that freedom is under attack like never before. The threat comes from the fourth branch of gove Jay Sekulow—one of America’s most influential attorneys—explores a post Obama landscape where bureaucracy has taken over our government and provides a practical roadmap to help take back our personal liberties. Jay Sekulow is on a mission to defend Americans’ freedom. The fact is that freedom is under attack like never before. The threat comes from the fourth branch of government—the biggest branch—and the only branch not in the Constitution: the federal bureaucracy. The bureaucracy imposes thousands of new laws every year, without a single vote from Congress. The bureaucracy violates the rights of Americans without accountability—persecuting adoptive parents, denying veterans quality healthcare, discriminating against conservatives and Christians for partisan purposes, and damaging our economy with job-killing rules. Americans are bullied by the very institutions established to protect their right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Our nation’s bureaucrats are on an undemocratic power trip. But Sekulow has a plan to fight back. We can resist illegal abuse, we can reform a broken system, and we can restore American democracy. This book won’t just tell you how to win, it will show you real victories achieved by Sekulow and the American Center for Law and Justice. Unless we can roll back the fourth branch of govern­ment—the most dangerous branch—our elections will no longer matter. Undemocratic is a wake-up call, a call made at just the right time—before it’s too late to save the democracy we love.


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Jay Sekulow—one of America’s most influential attorneys—explores a post Obama landscape where bureaucracy has taken over our government and provides a practical roadmap to help take back our personal liberties. Jay Sekulow is on a mission to defend Americans’ freedom. The fact is that freedom is under attack like never before. The threat comes from the fourth branch of gove Jay Sekulow—one of America’s most influential attorneys—explores a post Obama landscape where bureaucracy has taken over our government and provides a practical roadmap to help take back our personal liberties. Jay Sekulow is on a mission to defend Americans’ freedom. The fact is that freedom is under attack like never before. The threat comes from the fourth branch of government—the biggest branch—and the only branch not in the Constitution: the federal bureaucracy. The bureaucracy imposes thousands of new laws every year, without a single vote from Congress. The bureaucracy violates the rights of Americans without accountability—persecuting adoptive parents, denying veterans quality healthcare, discriminating against conservatives and Christians for partisan purposes, and damaging our economy with job-killing rules. Americans are bullied by the very institutions established to protect their right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Our nation’s bureaucrats are on an undemocratic power trip. But Sekulow has a plan to fight back. We can resist illegal abuse, we can reform a broken system, and we can restore American democracy. This book won’t just tell you how to win, it will show you real victories achieved by Sekulow and the American Center for Law and Justice. Unless we can roll back the fourth branch of govern­ment—the most dangerous branch—our elections will no longer matter. Undemocratic is a wake-up call, a call made at just the right time—before it’s too late to save the democracy we love.

30 review for Undemocratic: How Unelected, Unaccountable Bureaucrats Are Stealing Your Liberty and Freedom

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bettie

    Trump lawyer's firm steered millions in donations to family members, files show: Documents obtained by the Guardian reveal Jay Sekulow approved plans to push people to give to his Christian nonprofit, which then paid big sums to his family How Trump's Lawyer Got Rich Scamming Christians Trump lawyer's firm steered millions in donations to family members, files show: Documents obtained by the Guardian reveal Jay Sekulow approved plans to push people to give to his Christian nonprofit, which then paid big sums to his family How Trump's Lawyer Got Rich Scamming Christians

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lillie

    I knew our governmental bureaucracy was out of control, but I was shocked at how far out of control it is. It hardly matters who is elected to the presidency or legislature, because the federal agencies control so much of what happens in Washington. Often they fill in the details of laws and actually determine what the American people have to adhere to. People have to start paying attention to what is going and take a stand or our country will be destroyed.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn

    An important book, and especially timely in this election season. Federal agencies - IRS, FDA, EPA, VA, FBI, and the rest of them, are out of control, run by bureaucrats who make their own rules with the force of law and are accountable to no one. The IRS has been used by several presidents to harass their enemies, recently by delaying the approval of sheltered tax status to any organizations deemed to be too conservative. FDA has approved some dangerous drugs and denied approval of marijuana an An important book, and especially timely in this election season. Federal agencies - IRS, FDA, EPA, VA, FBI, and the rest of them, are out of control, run by bureaucrats who make their own rules with the force of law and are accountable to no one. The IRS has been used by several presidents to harass their enemies, recently by delaying the approval of sheltered tax status to any organizations deemed to be too conservative. FDA has approved some dangerous drugs and denied approval of marijuana and other beneficial drugs; big pharma has far too much influence on FDA. The EPA tells owners what they may and may not do with their property; small ponds become protected "wetlands" by their definitions. We recall the mismanagement and lies of the VA, leading to veterans waiting months or years for appointments. And so on. Author Sekulow, who has represented many of the victims of federal bureaucracies before the Supreme Court, calls this "fourth branch of government" the biggest danger to our country and proposes solutions. I hope all the current presidential candidates will read this book, and I hope they are asked whether/how they intend to tackle the abuse and corruption that are rampant in these agencies. It certainly leads me to wonder which of them has the guts and the skill to clean house.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Martin

    I'm going to see the writer at an event later this month, so I thought I'd read his most recent book. If you're a newshound, as I am, there's not much new here except the writer's prescription for what ails us, which I enjoyed. It's disappointing that although the writer was directly involved in several of the Us vs. The Govt cases he writes about, he doesn't hang the blame for bad acts on individuals. He should have.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dave Dauphinais

    Excellent I highly recommend this book to those who want to understand what is happening behind you back in government. This book goes back two years and has proven very insightful and accurate based on today's news. Mr. Sekulow and the American Center for Law and Justice continue their efforts to expose and bring corruption to the public eye. The ACLU's actions and influence serve to restore and maintain our constitutional republic. They deserve our thanks for their efforts.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Gabriel Miller

    Jay Sekulow has redeemed himself as a writer with this book. The first book I read by him was Rise of ISIS, which was terrible because it had very little to do with ISIS. Instead it mostly complained about Hamas and the UN. This book delivers on the title and stays focused on the thesis. But what makes this book really stand out is it goes into great detail about how federal bureaucracies have too much power and no accountability. Sekulow documents how the IRS, EPA, VA, Department of Justice, an Jay Sekulow has redeemed himself as a writer with this book. The first book I read by him was Rise of ISIS, which was terrible because it had very little to do with ISIS. Instead it mostly complained about Hamas and the UN. This book delivers on the title and stays focused on the thesis. But what makes this book really stand out is it goes into great detail about how federal bureaucracies have too much power and no accountability. Sekulow documents how the IRS, EPA, VA, Department of Justice, and NLRB harass citizens or their incompetence leads to people dying, all without anyone being fired. Sekulow has more credibility with writing this book, as he is a lawyer for the American Center for Law and Justice. He knows the law and has represented clients in some of these cases. However, the most important aspect of this book is that he highlights an issue that is often not brought up in political discourse. One important note he makes throughout the book is that the bureaucracies often do not change with presidential elections. Meaning, no matter who becomes president, the federal bureaucracies will continue to be in favor of the party of government and threaten American liberties and freedom. He urges for limiting, and in the case of the IRS, abolishing, these agencies so they become accountable to Congress and the people. He posits that this won't happen with the changing of a president or party, but with raising awareness and getting the American public to resist when the bureaucracies overstep their bounds. He writes how these agencies back down quickly when the public becomes outraged at these incidents. Overall, a really good book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Chris Hamilton

    An eye-opening book that reveals just how agenda-minded several of the bureaucratic areas in our government are. From the IRS to the VA, the book shows how several groups of people have been profiled and in some instances persecuted with anything from unnecessary annoyances to extremely unlawful behavior and cover-ups. The most disappointing aspect of the bureaucrats is that they will probably die, before they get fired for any wrong doing, making it such a difficult process that most supervisor An eye-opening book that reveals just how agenda-minded several of the bureaucratic areas in our government are. From the IRS to the VA, the book shows how several groups of people have been profiled and in some instances persecuted with anything from unnecessary annoyances to extremely unlawful behavior and cover-ups. The most disappointing aspect of the bureaucrats is that they will probably die, before they get fired for any wrong doing, making it such a difficult process that most supervisors don't find it's worth the effort. Sometimes, even when they've gone through the effort of firing an employee who committed wrong behavior that person might not be let go. The problem increases when you find out none of these people have been elected, but yet they have an incredible amount of influence on the economy and welfare of our country from our health care to the cars we can drive. He suggests abolishing the current IRS and putting a simpler, more manageable one in it's place. In the end, the book encourages us to resist and make a unified effort when extremely unlawful activities are being led by the bureaucrats.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nina Bayer

    I've followed Jay Sekulow's work since the 1980s. This book is the culmination of his decades of research, experience, and insight into the American political system. It took me a while to cull through all the information, and to ruminate over the implications, but I found it one of the most informative and unbiased, fact-based evaluation I've ever read. Highly recommend it to my conservative, pro constitutional friends.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Oleeta Igar

    I knew this author in college. We were on student council together. A good honest guy. Well written intelligent book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    James

    eye opening

  11. 5 out of 5

    Troy Clark

    Our government is sick, Jay prescribes the cure.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    #UnderstandingOppression Undemocratic: How Unelected, Unaccountable Bureaucrats Are Stealing Your Liberty and Freedom by Jay Sekulow #truth

  13. 5 out of 5

    Paul Libke

    Makes me angry! More people need to be aware of the tyranny in our government! This book is a great start! Well done!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Eric Fritz

    I liked the way the author used words to say things

  15. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Now I REALLY hate the IRS, DOJ, VA.... Am more middle of the road, but felt points were well made and credible. A timely read, given political candidates and the upcoming election.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Derek Gillespie

    Yeah, so all politicians are corrupt. Moving on.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ravi

  18. 5 out of 5

    Patti Burns

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    Robert Gaston

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    Shane Allen

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    Ken Roebuck

  22. 5 out of 5

    susan berkowitz

  23. 4 out of 5

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    Roberta M. D'Onofrio

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  26. 4 out of 5

    Mark

  27. 4 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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  30. 4 out of 5

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