Congress does not work for the President. Congressional staff do not work for the President (let’s set aside the detail problem for now). Just as Congress should not endeavor to destroy the President, neither should it seek to protect him. 780 more words
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Our politicians show an alarming ignorance of the separation of powers | Josh Bornstein | Opinion | The Guardian
Three Turnbull ministers have expressed regret but refused to apologise for their criticism of terror sentencing when hauled before the Victorian supreme court
Can the President commit a crime or an impeachable offense even when exercising constitutional power?
America’s civic education continues. Although much of what we have endured recently is not particularly good news for the Nation, it should at least be heartening that nearly 20 million people watched the (underwhelming) Comey hearing. 1,140 more words
Moral Support for America:
Separation of Powers, Agency Accountability Act
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Mike Lee recommended Merrick Garland, an Obama nominee, to run the FBI! I don’t get this guy.
Now that James Comey is slated to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee next week, there has been some speculation as to whether President Trump will try to block Comey’s testimony with an assertion of executive privilege. 1,206 more words
by DAVID B. RIVKIN JR. & LEE A. CASEY
May 31, 2017, in the National Review
The Constitution protects arrestees against “excessive bail.” This guarantee, however, has never been understood to provide indigents the right to a zero-dollar bail simply because they cannot afford more. 832 more words