"When the President does it, that means that it is not illegal."--Richard Nixon Who pays the price for the dissolution of the constitutional covenant that holds the government and its agents accountable to the will of the people?
An Obama supporter explains how after you get to a certain age, such as whatever age you turn in 2016, you naturally become concerned with executive overreach.
Today, we woke up in Buenos Aires with a disagreeable headache... and a depressing hypothesis:
President Trump on Friday signed a series of executive orders making it easier to fire federal government workers and to curb the workplace role of unions that represent them.
Doug Casey wrote that in a recent email he sent me. He was talking about one of Donald Trump's latest executive orders. The order, signed in December, gives the US government power to block the property of persons "involved in serious human right
All this sets the stage for a full on assault on Islam itself or more properly The Great Confrontation in which we demand that all Muslims and even Christians actually read the Koran in their own language and understand those red lined sentences reje
President Trump has signed a new Executive Order allowing the US government to freeze the US assets of individuals or corporations worldwide who are determined by the US Administration to have violated "human rights" or engaging in corruption. What a
Infamy: The Shocking Story of the Japanese American Internment in World War II by Richard Reeves (Henry Holt and Company, 2015); 384 pages.
President Donald Trump signed the "Buy American and Hire American"order during his visit to Snap-On Inc, a tool manufacturer in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
75 Years Ago, a President's Executive Order Put US Citizens in Prison Camps
MORE THAN OBAMA DID IN 8 YEARS! Lindsey Bruce for Liberty Writers reports, Trump haters have been losing their minds the passed few weeks. Protests have formed in all major cities in the nation, and it seems every liberal snowflake has their own rea
The shock wave is still reverberating. President Trump is off with a bang, and Americans for or against - are still processing his bold moves during his first days in office.
The balance of powers in the US government has taken a steady shift toward the executive branch at the expense especially of the legislative branch. Constitution scholar Louis Fisher joins the Liberty Report to look at what this may portend for the c
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Republicans' grip on all levers of power stands as a mandate to the GOP-led Congress, which will move swiftly to try to undo eight years of outgoing President Barack Obama's agenda.
President Obama is now using Donald Trump to raise awareness about the same executive power he has been abusing for the last eight years.