Itís been a while since Iíve addressed this issue, but I’m prompted to set the record straight by something I ran across just this morning on the White House website.


The passage at issue reads:


To ensure that no person or group would amass too much power, the founders established a government in which the powers to create, implement, and adjudicate laws were separated. Each branch of government is balanced by powers in the other two coequal branches: The President can veto the laws of the Congress; the Congress confirms or rejects the President’s appointments and can remove the President ...

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Itís been a while since Iíve addressed this issue, but I’m prompted to set the record straight by something I ran across just this morning on the White House website.

The passage at issue reads:

To ensure that no person or group would amass too much power, the founders established a government in which the powers to create, implement, and adjudicate laws were separated. Each branch of government is balanced by powers in the other two coequal branches: The President can veto the laws of the Congress; the Congress confirms or rejects the President’s appointments and can remove the President ...

Read more