Unconstitutional Federal Government Agencies (Partial Listing)

Reject Unconstitutional Federal Government AgenciesGiven our current United States government is nearing $20 trillion in debt, and is going into debt at an average of $2 million per minute. I think it would behoove us to look into their current expenses to see what they could try to do without.

The following list is a partial compilation of various federal government agencies that have developed over the past 200 years and continue to stay with us. Since I’m not running for public office, I can advocate for the elimination of these offices and agencies. When reading down through the list, think of all the heads and sub-heads of each earning hundreds of thousands of dollars per year plus a lucrative benefits package, plus all the staff that has to be paid as well—all out of taxes that are collected at the barrel of a police officer’s gun. Then, think of all the people in the U.S. who have become accustomed to receiving some form of benefit or another from these agencies and you will soon see why it is political suicide for any politician to ever advocate for scaling down or cutting back any, or all, of these expenses.

The only criteria I have used to compile this list (which is from the U.S. Government Manual) is if the agency, corporation or administration is not specifically authorized to exist by the U.S. Constitution which is still the Supreme Law of the Land.

Now, considering the debt load of the following agencies and administrations, is it any wonder we are $20 trillion in debt? Absent a U.S. Congress who is willing to eliminate these untenable costs, is there any hope of us reigning in uncontrollable spending?

    Unconstitutional Federal Government Agencies (Partial Listing)

    Advanced Research Projects Agency
    Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
    African Development Foundation
    Agency for International Development
    Agricultural Marketing Service
    Agricultural Research Service
    Agriculture, Department of
    Economic Research Service
    Energy, Office of
    Environmental Quality, Office of
    Federal Acquisition Regulation
    Federal Crop Insurance Corp.
    Food and Nutrition Service
    Foreign Agricultural Service
    Forest Service
    Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards
    Information Resources Management
    Inspector General, Office of
    National Agricultural Library
    National Agricultural Statistics Service
    National Resources Conservation Service
    Operations, Office of
    Procurement and Property Management
    Rural Business – Cooperative Service
    Rural Development Administration
    Rural Housing Service
    Rural Telephone Bank
    Rural Utilities Service
    Secretary of Agriculture, Office of
    Transportation, Office of
    World Outlook Board
    American Battle Monuments Commission
    American Indians, Office of Trustee
    Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
    Appalachian Regional Commission
    Architectural/Transportation Barriers Compliance Board
    Arctic Research Commission
    Assassination Records Review Board
    Benefits Review Board
    Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs, Office of
    Blind or Severely Disabled, Committee for Purchase from People who are
    Board for International Broadcasting
    Broadcasting Board of Governors
    Federal Acquisition Regulation
    Central Intelligence Agency
    Child Support Enforcement
    Children and Families Administration
    Civil Rights, Commission on
    Civil Rights, Office for
    Commerce Department
    Economic Analysis, Bureau of
    Economic Development Administrations
    Emergency Management Assistance
    Fishery Conservation and Management
    International Trade Administration
    National Marine Fisheries Service
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
    National Telecommunications and Information Administration
    National Weather Service
    Productivity, Technology and Innovation, Assistant Secretary
    Technology, Undersecretary for
    Commercial Space Transportation
    Commodity Credit Corporation
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission
    Community Development Financial Institutions Fund
    Community Planning and Development
    Community Service, Office of
    Construction Industry Collective Bargaining
    Consumer Product Safety Commission
    Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service
    Corporation for National and Community Service
    Cost Accounting Standards Board
    Council on Environmental Quality
    Delaware River Basin Commission
    Drug Enforcement Administration
    Economic Affairs, Undersecretary of
    Economic Analysis, Bureau of
    Economic Development Administration
    Economic Research Service
    Education, Department of
    Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
    Affairs, Office of
    Civil Rights, Office of
    Educational Research and Improvement
    Elementary and Secondary Education
    Federal Acquisition Regulation
    Postsecondary Education
    Secretary of Educations
    Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Office of
    Vocational and Adult Education
    Emergency Oil and Gas Guaranteed Loan Board
    Emergency Steel Guarantee Loan Board
    Employees’ Compensation Appeals Board
    Employees Loyalty Board
    Employment and Training Administration
    Employment Standards Administration
    Endangered Species Committee
    Energy, Department of
    Energy, Office of
    Engineers, Corps of
    Environmental Protection Agency
    Environmental Quality, Office of
    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
    Equal Opportunity, Office of Assistant Secretary
    Export Administration, Bureau of
    Export-Import Bank of the United States
    Family Assistance, Office of
    Farm Service Agency
    Farm Credit Administration
    Farm Credit System Insurance Corp.
    Federal Acquisition Regulation
    Federal Aviation Administration
    Federal Claims Collections Standards
    Federal Communications Commission
    Federal Contract Compliance Programs
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
    Federal Election Commission
    Federal Emergency Management Agency
    Federal Employees Life Insurance
    Federal Employees Health Benefits
    Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
    Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council
    Federal Financing Bank
    Federal Highway Administration
    Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.
    Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight Office
    Federal Labor Relations Authority
    Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
    Federal Management Regulation
    Federal Maritime Administration
    Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
    Federal Mine Safety and Health Review
    Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
    Federal Prison Industries, Inc.
    Federal Procurement Policy, Office of
    Federal Property Management Regulations
    Federal Property Management Regulations System
    Federal Railroad Administration
    Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
    Federal Service Impasse Panel
    Federal Trade Commission
    Federal Transit Administration
    Federal Travel Regulation System
    Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
    Fine Arts, Commission on
    Fiscal Service
    Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S.
    Fishery Conservation and Management
    Food and Drug Administration
    Food and Nutrition Service
    Foreign Agricultural Service
    Foreign Assets Control, Office of
    Foreign Claims Settlement Commission
    Foreign Service Grievance Board
    Foreign Service Impasse Disputes Board
    Foreign Service Labor Relations Board
    Foreign Trade Zones Board
    Forest Service
    Geological Survey
    Government Ethics, Office of
    Government National Mortgage Association
    Harry S. Truman Scholarship Program
    Health and Human Services, Dept. of
    Health Care Financing Administration
    Housing and Urban Development
    Federal Housing Commissioner
    Human Development Services
    Independent Counsel, Office of
    Indian Affairs, Bureau of
    Indian Arts and Crafts Board
    Indian Health Service
    Information Resources Management
    Information Security Oversight Office
    Inspector General
    Institute of Peace, U.S.
    Inter-American Foundation
    Intergovernmental Relations, Advisory Commission
    Interior Department
    Internal Revenue Service
    International Boundary and Water Commission
    International Development, U.S. Agency on
    International Development Cooperation Agency
    International Fishing and Related Activities
    International Investment
    International Joint Commission, U.S. and Canada
    International Organizations Employees Loyalty Board
    International Trade Administration
    International Trade Commission
    James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation
    Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission
    Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries
    Labor Department
    Labor-Management Standards, Office of
    Land Management, Bureau of
    Legal Services Corporation
    Management and Budget, Office of
    Marine Mammal Commission
    Maritime Administration
    Micronesian Status Negotiations
    Mine Safety and Health Administration
    Minerals Management Service
    Mines, Bureau of
    Minority Business Development Agency
    Monetary Offices
    Multifamily Housing Assistance Restructuring, Office of
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    National and Community Service Corp.
    National Capital Planning Commission
    National Commission for Employment Policy
    National Commission on Libraries and Information Science
    National Council on Disability
    National Counterintelligence Center
    National Credit Union Administration
    National Drug Control Policy, Office of
    National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities
    National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration
    National Imagery and Mapping Agency
    National Indian Gaming Commission
    National Institute for Literacy
    National Institute for Standards and Technology
    National Labor Relations Board
    National Mediation Board
    National Park Service
    National Railroad Adjustment Board
    National Science Foundation
    National Telecommunications and Information
    Natural Resources Conservation Service
    Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp.
    Northeast Dairy Compact Commission
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration
    Occupational Safety and Health Review Board
    Oklahoma City National Memorial Trust Operations Office
    Overseas Private Investment Corp.
    Payment from a non-Federal Source for Travel Expenses
    Payment of Expenses Connected With the Death of Certain Employees
    Peace Corps
    Pennsylvania Avenue Development Commission
    Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration
    Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
    Presidential Commission on the Assignment of Women in Armed Forces
    Presidential Documents
    Presidio Trust
    Prisons, Bureau of
    Procurement and Property Management
    Productivity, Technology and Innovation, Assistant Secretary
    Public Contracts, Dept. of Labor
    Public and Indian Housing
    Public Health Service
    Railroad Retirement Board
    Reclamation, Bureau of
    Refugee Resettlement, Office of
    Regional Action Planning Commissions Relocation Allowances
    Research and Special Programs Administration
    Rural Business-Cooperative Service
    Rural Development Administration
    Rural Housing Service
    Rural Telephone Bank
    Rural Utilities Service
    Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
    Science and Technology Policy, Office of
    Secret Service
    Securities and Exchange Commission
    Selective Service System
    Small Business Administration
    Smithsonian Institution
    Social Security Administration
    Soldiers’ and Airmens’ Home
    Special Counsel, Office of
    Surface Mining and Reclamation Appeals, Office of
    Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, Office of
    Surface Transportation Board
    Susquehanna River Basin Commission
    Technology Administration
    Technology Policy, Assistant Secretary of
    Technology, Undersecretary for
    Tennessee Valley Authority
    Thrift Supervision Office
    Trade Representative, U.S.
    Transportation Dept.
    Transportation, Office of
    Transportation Safety Administration
    Transportation Statistics Bureau
    Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Commission
    Veterans Affairs Dept.
    Veterans Employment and Training
    Wage and Hour Division
    Worker’s Compensation Programs

Written by David Deschesne.


  1. Is President Trump going thru all of these offices and see how many we can get rid of. I am also sure each one has another 100 or so sub positions.

    • No, we have to get involved and start making local changes. It is not only our right, it is our duty. If you are not a member of your States de jure assembly please email me and I will help you find yours. wearetheONEwevebeenwaitingFor@protonmail.com we are actually effecting real change at the local level by educating people on what their rights are and teaching them what our fouing fathers laid out for as remedies to these very problems. They foresaw all of this, and knew better then anyone how corrupt and tyrannical governments could become because that’s how they founded America. In rebellion against their own tyranny. We have remedy and solutions for all this, most people dont know though bc these things have, by design been scrubbed from our educations. Anyway, hope to hear from you. We need more people to join to help the movement.

  2. Really you put the VA what a dumbass the veterans deserve what they get they have earned it how is it unconstitutional to take care of the people who fought to protect it.

    • It’s what you arent being told that the VA is doing that is unconstitutional. No one is suggesting that veterans dont deserve compensation actually they should be treated much better then they are and the Va is part of the reason that they are not. You have to understand that it is absolutely by design that these places on the surface appear to be doing good things. I promise you any amount of research into the reality of what’s happening inside them will horrify you. They should be shut down, yesterday! Its absolutely shameful and diabolical what these places are doing to our people and people need to wake up to the insidious corruption woven into these illusions of good. We need real support for our people. You do realize that homelessness, poverty, and drug addiction, hunger, etc could be solved overnight, they dont want it solved. Keeping us enslaved is what keeps then where they are at. Do you realize how much supposed money has been thrown at those problems only for them not only to ever be fixed but instead made worse! You never ask yourself why that is? They are all criminal enterprises that engage in horrifying crimes and actively money launder our hard earned tax dollars.

  3. Almost the entire US government and the majority of its laws and departments are unnecessary, unconstitutional, and abusive. The US Constitution is a protected document in a vault in DC, but it is despised and not followed. Too bad this country has its foundation resting upon tyranny instead of the US Constitution and Bill of Rights. By the way, it is pretty easy to detect a bad law. Besides checking it against the US Constitution, a quick check is how many pages is the bill. If it is more than a handful of pages, it is a bad bill or law.

    The secret that made this country great was the twin principles of republicanism and Protestantism. A country free from the tyranny of kingly rule and from the arrogant claims of popery. Civil and religious liberty.

    When our nation in its legislative councils, shall enact laws to bind the consciences of men in regard to their religious privileges, enforcing Sunday observance, and bringing oppressive power to bear against those who keep the seventh-day Sabbath, the law of God will, to all intents and purposes, be made void in our land; and national apostasy will be followed by national ruin.

  4. How did the FBI escape this list?

  5. You are correct however the States can handle Our Vets when the States stop doing the bidding of the Unconstitutional federal agencies. Our State govts are so ignorant of proper Federalism that they enhance the problem. Mayors and Sheriff also have a responsibility to get involved. Every elected official takes the Oath. They are supposed to be the watchman not the imbecile. The States and County govts are the answer. Let’s educate ourselves and then run for office.

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