What is a Czar? UPDATED: What do we need a “Great Lakes” Czar for?

With the appointment of a new “Internet” czar coming down the road in the near future, my mind continues to question “just what is the purpose of all these czars”? Why after 233 years does this administration feel that the United States of America is in need of all these appointments whom will have to answer to absolutely “NO ONE” but the Oval Office and has authority to by-pass Congress? What is happening to our system of “Checks and Balances”?

Looking into the definition and then the thesaurus for other synonyms for the term Czar, it doesn’t take a genius or a collegiate to figure out that “socialism” is not on the mind of our now rogue central government in DC:


*A person having great power; an autocrat: “the square-jawed, ruddy complacency of Jack Farrell, the czar of the Fifteenth Street police station” (Ernest Hemingway)

*An appointed official having special powers to regulate or supervise an activity

Moby Thesaurus words for “czar”:

     Dalai Lama, Holy Roman Emperor, Inca, Kaiser, Simon Legree,
     absolute monarch, absolute ruler, all-powerful ruler, ardri,
     arrogator, autarch, autocrat, bey, cacique, caesar, cham,
     commissar, despot, dictator, disciplinarian, driver, duce,
     hard master, kaid, khan, martinet, mikado, negus, oligarch,
, padishah, pendragon, pharaoh, rig, sachem, sagamore,
     shah, sheikh, shogun, slave driver, stickler, tenno, tycoon,
     tyrant, usurper, warlord

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UPADTE: HotAir is reporting that there will be yet another appointment of  a “Great Lakes” Czar. While the administration would like us to believe that it is for enviromental purposes, we all know the Great Lakes are vital to imports/exports, military movement and movement between the US and Canada.

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