In a fanciful, but compelling, column for the Washington Post, PJP Participant Jeff Greenfield, a former network news correspondent for CBS and ABC, fantasies over what could have transpired if the Navy SEALS had captured the al Qaeda leader. His discussion touches on a lot of tantalizing topics. For instance, if bin Laden had surrendered […]
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Have you ever wondered how Washington felt as he stood on the balcony of Federal Hall in New York City on April 30, 1789, as his inauguration began? Thankfully, he left us some clues, and they’ll be at The Center this July.
The more information the public has about government, the better a citizen can make an independent assessment of our elected officials, says our guest writer.
Ronald Reagan’s 70th day in office – March 30, 1981 — began like most others, but this morning with the President would be different.
Since Vietnam, presidents have continued to send the military into action without prior congressional approval. But is it constitutional?