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Day One

I have gone quiet for awhile.  It seems like everything I could say has been said by the various talking heads throughout the 24-hour news cycle.  588 more words

CCP Has Sole Exclusive Power in China’s CCP Dynasty

Deng Xioping invented the idea that there shall be a core in the collective leadership of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) who has the final say. 621 more words

Balancing Separated Powers

As I previously mentioned, in December, the North Carolina legislature passed a law limiting the future governors’ powers. The background to this action is that the legislature belongs to one party (with a… 387 more words

Governmental Agencies

Intersection of NJAC and Separation of Power

“The basic premise of the Constitution was the Separation of Powers and a system of checks and balances because man was perceived as a fallen creature and would always yearn for more power.” – Roy Moore… 963 more words

Critical Analysis

Constitution Sunday: Answers to Mason's "Objections": "Marcus" [James Iredell] II

Answers to Mason’s “Objections”: “Marcus” II

Norfolk and Portsmouth Journal (Virginia), February 27, 1788

Following are excerpts from James Iredell’s responses to George Mason’s “Objections” to the Constitution: 1,464 more words

Constitution

The Electoral College Business

Now that the commotion has died down, a couple of points of clarification on the Electoral College. I’ve said a few times that it was merely a matter of convenience, a way to expedite the vote from many localities to the capital of the country, a logistical shortcut to avoid making the federal government responsible for counting all the votes in remote areas. 543 more words

Election

Five Ways to Restore the Separation of Powers

By DAVID B. RIVKIN JR. and ELIZABETH PRICE FOLEY

Dec. 19, 2016, in the Wall Street Journal

The worst legacy of the Obama administration may be disdain for the Constitution’s separation of powers. 944 more words

Government