There is no fundamental difference in the foreign policy ideologies of conservative and progressive politicians, as judged by their actions.
Have you ever thought about what your relationship with your less savory neighbors might look like if you approached them the same way the United States handles its foreign policy? Up until about a month ago, a couple lived in our neighborhood, and I’m relatively certain they dealt drugs out of their home. We saw [...]
when it comes to violating the Constitutional delegation of war powers, they generally draw up their strategy from the same playbook.
The title says it all. So what’s the answer?
The Constitution prescribes the rules about how the United States is to enter a war, and the Obama administration has violated those rules.
Is Obama’s bombing of Libya Constitutional? Hereâ€™s the short answer. Absolutely not.
The government of the United States has become the distant, detached, self-important entity that the founders had hoped to avoid when writing the Constitution.
This war is against ourselves, our values, our Constitution, our financial well being and common sense, and at the rate we are going, it is going to end badly.
It’s time for both sides to start imagining what they fear most: What if government did nothing?
Many “progressive” opponents of the Arizona immigration law are arguing that the law is unconstitutional because foreign affairs is exclusively the province of the federal government.
The reason I ask the question in the title â€œIs D.C. really seriousâ€¦?â€ is because the federal government has not used the tools in the Constitution designed to deal with non-state entities that threaten us, namely letters of marque and reprisal.