An Angry President May Have Ways to Tame a Disobedient Supreme Court

April 4th, 2012

By Dan Miller None are no good ways and with only one exception none appear to have been attempted.  Still, we do live in very interesting times. On April 2nd, President Obama presented a political diatribe claiming that for the Supreme Court to strike down ObamaCare as unconstitutional would be “unprecedented.”  Although it is true […]

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Birther Stuff and Possible Consequences

March 25th, 2012

By Dan Miller I don’t know how big a problem we have now, but the Birther stuff is being pursued more vigorously and more effectively than previously.  If not wisely done it could get out of control with potentially disastrous consequences for the nation. Whether President Obama is a “natural born citizen” for purposes of […]

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The March 16th Executive Order Can Be Hazardous to Our Health

March 18th, 2012

By Dan Miller The Executive Order slightly modifies prior justifications for governmental control over all sectors of the economy.  Expansive authority can still be exercised at the discretion of the President and those whom he selects under broadly undefined circumstances and with little or no outside review. It is potentially very hazardous, particularly during the […]

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The Election Season Is Heating Up in Venezuela

September 25th, 2011

By Dan Miller The Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) on September 16th directed the Venezuelan government to “re-establish the political rights of Mr. Leopoldo López Mendoza,” in the decision posted on the court’s website Friday. … Mr. López, once among the top contenders for the opposition’s presidential nomination, was barred in 2005 from seeking […]

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The President Has No Authority to Increase the Debt Limit Unilaterally

July 24th, 2011

By Dan Miller According to an op ed piece in the New York Times linked in this Tatler article, the President can unilaterally increase the national debt limit if the Congress fails to do so. The Tatler article very properly takes issue with the authors of that piece.  I should like to take issue with […]

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