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From the abstract for Rebecca Roiphe & Bruce A. Green, May Prosecutors Take Direction From the President?, 87 Fordham Law Review ___ (2018):
What would happen if the President could control federal prosecutors and directed them to make discretionary decisions that are normally reserved to trained professionals familiar with the facts, law, and traditions of the Department of Justice? 114 more words
The Constitution of the United States, Article II, Section 3, Clause 1, suggests that The President “shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.” 781 more words
This site is opinion-based news media built and run by an American citizen for the purpose of covering, commenting on, advocating for, promoting, and highlighting the ‘America 1st’ agenda as articulated by the Trump campaign and, later, the Trump administration. 555 more words
Exploring "Executive Branch Lawyering" with US Judge David Barron, former head of Department of Justice OLC
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Who decides how America wages war?
What does “commander in chief” mean?
What (national or international) laws govern the United States’ waging of war?
How and by whom are those law identified, interpreted, decided, and implemented?