On Oct. 12, 2017, Pres. Donald Trump signed an executive order (EO) broadly intended to facilitate the sale of health insurance across state lines. Conservatives let out a collective cheer, believing the measure will lower the cost of health insurance, something the poorly named Affordable Care Act failed to do. But few even paused to…Details
When Congress passes broad “laws” that allow the president to essentially fill in the blanks and dictate policy as he sees fit, it abrogates its constitutional responsibility.Details
“Donald Trump is not my commander in chief. Neither was Barack Obama.”Details
Presidents don’t give up power.
Executive orders don’t expire at the end of each presidential term.Details
President Obama announced Tuesday that he is issuing an executive order on guns and background checks. Here’s a look at what the president is doing and if it is even legal under the Constitution of the United States.Details