Balance of Powers
Executive Legislative Judicial
To prevent one branch of government from having too much power, the Constitution provides checks and balances, giving each branch the power to influence or change (check) another so that the government stays balanced.
The runaway judiciary has taken the apex position and has assumed the role of final arbiter of the Constitution while the other branches have acquiesced.
World Government World Bank
The America we love is relegated to non-existence. Hence “Executive, Legislative, and Judicial” branches of the U.S. Government are irrelevant terms.