What is Money? Money is an alternative to barter. It serves as a medium of exchange. In order to be functional (especially in today’s global economy) it must be (1) widely used, (2) accepted in transactions involving the transfer of goods and services from...

Constitutionally Speaking Since the Great Depression, and with few exceptions, American Presidents, legislators and judges have been scrupulous in upholding their artful interpretations of the Constitution. They have put aside partisanship when the American system was threatened, as it was, for example, during the Vietnam...

What If? What might a seminal Constitutional Crisis look like? We’re talking hypothetically, of course. It might start something like this: The House Committee on Oversight and Reform, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and the House Committee on Financial Services subpoena the President’s, his family’s...

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