Impeachment is About a Public Trust, not a President’s Rights

Greg Weiner is Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Assumption University. He is regular contributor for The Constitutionalist. The most dangerous and lingering precedent in the Trump trial may be the one both sides indulged: a legalistic conception … Continue reading Impeachment is About a Public Trust, not a President’s Rights

Executive Orders & Filibusters: The Constitutional Downsides

Gary J. Schmitt is a Resident Scholar in Strategic Studies and American Institutions at American Enterprise Institute. Executive orders and Senate filibusters are both tools of governance—traditionally thought of as addendums to the toolbox available to the president and senators … Continue reading Executive Orders & Filibusters: The Constitutional Downsides