Can Congress Sub-Delegate Legislative Powers? [No. 86]
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Can Congress Sub-Delegate Legislative Powers? [No. 86]

The Constitution of the United States divides up powers of government among different institutions. It vests all legislative powers herein granted in Congress; it vests the executive power in the President and through the President and subordinates within administrative agencies. And it vests the judicial power of the United States in Federal Courts. Question is, […]

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Sharyl Attkisson Turns The Tables On Congress For What They Let The FBI Get Away With
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Sharyl Attkisson Turns The Tables On Congress For What They Let The FBI Get Away With

Following the release of a report earlier this month by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz who detailed serial, serious abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court by the FBI in the “Spygate” scandal, ace investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson reminded everyone this week that these abuses aren’t the first. In fact, FBI abuses […]

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