FEIN: Why the Constitution disfavors war | Washington Times


War concentrates great powers in the presidency and wrenches the Constitution’s separation of powers and checks and balances.

It crowns the president with secrecy, contracts, appointments, vast powers of surveillance and detention, and the authority to kill.

Congress and the Supreme Court are marginalized like extras in a cinematic extravaganza …

via FEIN: Why the Constitution disfavors war – Washington Times.

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