Executive Power

Presidential Power Rising: A Conversation with Frank Buckley

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the once and future king

This next Liberty Law Talk is with Frank Buckley about his new book The Once and Future King: The Rise of Crown Government in America. Buckley’s book is a profound challenge to the script of presidential power that many

Do We Deserve the Constitution of 2014?

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Replacing the US Constitution of 1787 began in the 1930s, slowly and imperceptibly, always with bipartisan support. Now it rushes to completion, unmistakably. Democrat President Barack Obama’s proclamation: “I can do anything I want,” only exaggerated the reality of the

Recapping the Federalist Society’s 2013 National Lawyers Convention

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This year’s Federalist Society convention had it all. Prospective presidential candidates. Potential Supreme Court nominees. Lively debates on issues ranging from the proper role of federalism to the impact of the Obama Administration’s regulatory agenda. Throughout the convention, many