As the Syria crisis heads towards an international settlement, the debate about war powers continues at home, with many questioning the constitutional process of extending military force overseas.
President Barack Obama will use a national address from the White House to make his case about Syria directly to the American people.
President Barack Obama’s decision to ask for congressional approval about actions against Syria will add another obstacle to Washington gridlock in September.
Reports continue to indicate that President Obama will ask the United States military to launch a limited strike on Syria. But is such an action legal or constitutional within the War Powers Resolution approved by Congress in 1973?
On the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech, the argument rages on about who should own the video rights to the speech itself and where the video can be shown.