President Donald Trump’s new executive orders secure individual liberty through the advancement of timeless, nonpartisan principles, such as fair notice, due process, transparency, accountability, and rigorous analytical decision-making.
The orders will limit the use of a tool the Trump administration believes short-circuits the rule-making process. They take aim at federal guidance, which agencies can use to explain how they intend to implement policy.
“[T]he President cannot allow your constitutionally illegitimate proceedings to distract him and those in the Executive Branch from their work on behalf of the American people,” Cipollone wrote to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the chairmen of several House committees.
What would you do if you were prosecuted and the prosecutors never named the alleged crime? Or if they kept changing the rules by which they were prosecuting you? How about if the prosecutorial team suggested you be arrested before they even stated the charge?
Ukraine’s top prosecutor announced Friday that he will review a case that involves former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden.
Ben Vihstadt, the communications director for the governor’s office, told WMUR, “The American people are sick and tired of the circus emanating from Washington, D.C., and Governor Sununu does not support impeachment.”
There is strong circumstantial and even direct evidence that Vice President Biden used his office to obtain a highly lucrative gig for his troubled son, and that he used his power to stop an investigation into that transaction.
Had I had the time after addressing Impeachment Mania, I also would have said Trump’s enemies are missing the big picture. They fail to see the benefits of Trump administration policies for American citizens in general, and for Vermont in particular.
Several states joined California in suing the Trump administration on Wednesday over reforms made to the Endangered Species Act (ESA) that they argue will weaken the federal law.
What Trump has done in handling the media has not been lost on Sanders. While Sanders’ outlandish remarks may not have had the frequency of Trump’s, they do come along , if not weekly, certainly on a monthly basis.
“Today’s final rule puts an end to an egregious power grab, eliminates an ongoing patchwork of Clean Water Act regulations, and restores a long-standing and familiar regulatory framework while we consider public comments on our proposed revised definition of waters of the United States.”