The Unrestrained President By Tom Engelhardt TomDispatch.com Wednesday 04 January 2006 As 2006 begins, we seem to be at a not-completely-unfamiliar crossroads in the long history of the American imperial presidency. It grew up, shedding presidential constraints, in the post-World War II years as part of the rise of the […]

Source: tomflocco.com Date: Monday, October 24 Washington, DC Earlier today the District of Columbia Appellate Court threw out a Bush administration suit against its own Justice Department, attempting to block the issuance of Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald’s indictments against White House officials. The White House’s initial attempt to obstruct justice […]

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