One would have to conclude that Carter is a humble man, though if true, that is a rare quality, indeed, within the I-495 Beltway.
As currently written, the law affords the government and law enforcement officials unwarranted access to the American people’s private online communications.
Charges of “executive overreach,” and such, are not supported by facts.
Nominees to key positions have waited months or even years.
Creating new national monuments via executive order has in recent times become a lazy president’s way to build an instant “legacy.”
Obama uses the bully pulpit to let his subjects know what a danger the First Amendment poses to his post-partisan agenda.
Syria is the 14th Islamic country that U.S. forces have invaded, occupied or bombed since 1980.
A comprehensive reform law was possible, if, like Reagan, you had invested in a legislative rather than a unilateral approach.
Presidents’ executive actions to improve our immigration system have repeatedly preceded legislative action by Congress.
Republicans in Congress are turning a blind eye to families and standing on the wrong side of history.