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Gov: Presidential Leadership

 The president is often viewed as the most powerful national leader in the world. However, at one time, U.S. presidents held far less power. During the 1800s, presidents acted mainly as “chief clerks.” Other than carrying out the will of Congress, they had little authority other than those powers explicitly granted by the Constitution. 257 more words

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Who's the Most Credible Leader?

National politics is not in my wheelhouse but business leadership is, so I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the 2016 US presidential candidates through that lens. 508 more words

The Political Elite vs We The People!

By: Richard H. Frank

When the political back room ward bosses and Washington party elites possess the power to usurp the will of “We the People” it is time the electorate sends a message to those party leaders who are supposed to speak for us that it is “our will be done” and not their will. 571 more words

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"Presidential Leadership Gap": Hillary Campaign Twitter-Trolls Bernie — And Rubio

The Hillary Clinton campaign posted an interesting tweet Thursday, seizing on a Republican attack line against President Obama in order to illustrate her own support for the president. 312 more words

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HGov: Presidential Leadership

The president is often viewed as the most powerful national leader in the world. However, at one time, U.S. presidents held far less power. During the 1800s, presidents acted mainly as “chief clerks.” Other than carrying out the will of Congress, they had little authority other than those powers explicitly granted by the Constitution. 262 more words

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