Presidents don’t give up power.
Executive orders don’t expire at the end of each presidential term.Details
The problems facing the United States under the Articles of Confederation provide a nullification lesson for today. When states refuse to cooperate, the central government can’t get a whole lot done.Details
The founding generation created a political system that carefully divided powers and that was designed to ensure the general government remained limited in its scope and power.Details
In the United States today, we have bipartisan agreement when it comes to spending money and violating the Constitution.Details
The modern debate over the meaning of the Constitution often devolves into a dueling opinions between legal experts and judges. But the true meaning of the document and the kind of government it created isn’t found in Supreme Court decrees or through interpretation based on opinion.Details