Some argue that the courts have become too powerful during times when Congress is subject to gridlock, but that’s hardly the case, because the president is the undisputed policymaker‐in‐chief of the United States government.
Amidst the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act’s usual mix of bloat and fiscal irresponsibility resides a greater omission: Congress continues to evade its responsibility to oversee the nation’s wars.
Farms and downstream industries dependent on farms produce more than $1 trillion in goods and services every year. America needs to stop leaving this critical industry to deal with labor shortfalls without an immigration system that works.
Instead of settling on charges that relate to statutory crimes, with clear, concrete criteria, the Democrats have instead released two articles of impeachment in which the misconduct exists largely in the eye of the beholder.
Though it does not describe an investigation motivated by political bias, it is a textbook account of confirmation bias that should raise disturbing questions about the adequacy of the FISA process—and not just in this investigation.