Published November 21, 2013
Last week’s delay of the Affordable Care Act’s insurance mandate has observers declaring that President Obama’s Hurricane Katrina has made landfall. But ObamaCare is no Katrina. It is much worse.
Published August 30, 2013
Despite his mistakes in reading his domestic powers too broadly, this time President Obama has the Constitution about right. His exercise of war powers rests firmly in the tradition of American foreign policy.
Published July 18, 2013
Attorney General Eric Holder – the first and only sitting Cabinet member in 225 years to be cited for contempt of Congress – has politicized the United States Department of Justice to the breaking point.
Published June 19, 2013
Using judicial robes to defend valid national security measures should have both libertarians and conservatives worried.
Published January 01, 2013
Only Lincoln’s broad interpretation of his commander in chief authority made the sweeping step of freeing the slaves possible.
Published November 06, 2012
Because of a stubborn record of economic failure, the incumbent has run out the clock attacking his challenger rather than discussing policy.
Published October 12, 2012
Although it might not come up in the debates, Obama has pursued a dangerous change in the powers of his office that disregards the Constitution’s careful separation of power between the branches of the federal government.