By 2016, "the corrupting effect of . . . sweeping judicial autonomy in the U.S." was apparent and allegedly extended to quasi-judicial agencies such as U.S. state lawyer and physician disciplinary bodies, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the U.S. Merit System Protection Board.  See, Opt IN USA (2016, February 16). “AMERICANS IN JEOPARDY: When Human Rights Protection Becomes America’s Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branch Shell Game”, pp 13-25 and 28-36, accessible as of November 2019 at

In 2019, National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. (NJCDLP) also honed in on U.S. Physician Health Programs and their alleged role in organized oppression of U.S. physicians.  A related campaign launched on October 4, 2019:  Want Quality, Affordable Healthcare in America? Protect Physician Rights!  Featured are the travails of NJCDLP board member and physician wellness advocate, medical doctor Michael Langan.  The story is detailed by our site blog