A decades-long push to concentrate power in the Oval Office through emergency response legislation has made the Office of the President more powerful than ever.
The supposed social benefits of war are one of the very few points on which Democrats and Republicans in Congress stand united.
Washington D.C. (GPA) – “War. What is it good for?” asked Norman Whitfield in 1969. Thousands of cover versions later, we finally have an answer: It’s one of the most heartbreaking things you’ll ever learn about human civilization. The supposed social