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Separation of Powers

President’s Questions?

February 3, 2010

After Obama’s Q&A with the Republican Congressional caucus last Friday, people as diverse as Markos Moulitsas and Ed Morrissey are calling for a regular Q&A type session, similar to the British Parliament’s Prime Minister’s Questions.  I’m not sure how I feel about that.  On the one hand, it would give the opportunity for the President [...]

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Robert Byrd and Executive Power

February 25, 2009

You have to give Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WV) credit for consistency.  I do not like the man or agree at all with his politics, but he is consistent in his views on the separation of powers, no matter who is President.  Granted, he tends to believe in the supremacy of the legislative branch in his [...]

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