By Jeffrey Albertson/Jan 3. 2018 Republicans in the senate face a compromising position as the government shutdown drags on. Earlier … More
The website of the National Park Service displays a disclaimer about the limited service due to the government shutdown. Jeffrey … More
Even if Congress codifies the President’s authority to line-item veto appropriation bills, without specifically resolving the unconstitutional delegation of budget making authority inherently held by Congress, it would be fair to expect the Supreme Court to intervene, similarly as in Clinton, and strike down the law.
By: Jeffrey Albertson/November 26, 2017 Before departing for Thanksgiving respite this week, President Donald Trump endorsed Alabama Republican Senate Candidate … More
The fundamental flaw in the Republican Obamacare replacement plan is the belief that government should have a minimalist role in healthcare, instead it should adopt that government intervention is necessary to guarantee a baseline of care, for all Americans—regardless of ability to pay.
“Instead of dabbling in the infertile soil of right-wing policy prescriptions, the President should seek to resolve issues where bipartisan support is paramount, the ground there is much more fruitful.”
Atlanta, GA—April 12, 2017 By: Jeffrey Albertson By the time White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer sat down this morning … More
“New Fiduciary Rule for Financial Advisers Puts Retirees First, Labor Secretary Says.” Source: Bloomberg April 6, 2016. Atlanta, GA–Feb. 4, … More