This is not the best way to make your point:
To be honest, it is somewhat true that the concept of a "czar" has become more and more of a problem. Generally, of course, a president is free to appoint his own advisors. But the scope and power of the "czar" class of appointee is getting a bit obscene. Of course, Congress is partly to blame for giving the Executive branch a little too much control over specific policy areas, ceding to the President too much discretion over the dispostion of finances.