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Dean Clancy
Partner Adams Auld LLC | President | Hill & White House vet 1776!
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Dean Clancy Feb 20
Replying to @RepThomasMassie
Privileges or Immunities Clause incorporates all of ‘em.
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Dean Clancy Feb 20
Helpful explainer on birthright citizenship as actually practiced by
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Dean Clancy Feb 19
Replying to @seanmdav
Nicely done.
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Sean Davis Feb 19
Trump Has Legal Authority To Use Emergency Funds For Border Wall
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Dean Clancy Feb 19
Replying to @mattklewis
Sorry, I’m not seeing the hypocrisy inherent in supporting the president’s use of emergency powers authorized by Congress, provided of course he adheres to existing appropriations law.
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Dean Clancy Feb 19
Three cheers for Clarence Thomas. He’s right (and courageous) to criticize the venerated NYT v. Sullivan, which, despite being unanimous, was wrongly decided and needs to be corrected.
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Dean Clancy Feb 19
Replying to @mattklewis
Will you revise this opinion if Trump wins in court?
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Dean Clancy Feb 19
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Dean Clancy Feb 19
What everybody 'knows' about U.S. health care spending is wrong
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Dean Clancy Feb 19
The U.S. doesn't spend too much on health care. Other countries spend too little. by Linda Gorman
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Dean Clancy Feb 17
Replying to @PropheticOnion
Wow, that’s really good.
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Greg Fann Feb 16
Replying to @DeanClancy
Single payer would create mass early retirement, drain the funding source, and wreck the economy. No one talks about that.
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Dean Clancy Feb 16
A 4-percentage-point payroll tax hike. Hm. Has anyone told her Social Security and Medicare are going broke and already have dibs on at least 4 percentage points?
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Dean Clancy Feb 15
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Mark Meadows Feb 15
POTUS' declaration is legal + well founded. To my Democrat colleagues complaining about executive authority: welcome aboard! Good to have you. If you're ready to permanently rein in executive branch power and give it back to Congress, once and for all--I'll work with you. Today.
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Sean Davis Feb 15
Elected representatives in Congress passed the laws delegating appropriations transfer authority via emergency declaration (1976), requiring construction of the fence (2006), and appropriating the military construction funds being reprogrammed (2018).
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Mike Lee Feb 15
My initial assessment is that what Pres. Trump announced is legal. Whether or not it should be legal is a different matter. Congress has been ceding far too much power to the exec. branch for decades. We should use this moment as an opportunity to start taking that power back.
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Dean Clancy Feb 15
Replying to @KaMiller1
Yes, he undoubtedly likes the optics of 'national emergency.'
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Dean Clancy Feb 15
Replying to @KaMiller1
I'm sure he is concerned about having a yuge dollar figure. Emergency designation provides a bigger one than 10 USC 284, I suspect.
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Dean Clancy Feb 15
Replying to @KaMiller1
Trump could fall back to 10 USC 284 to build the wall, assuming there's no legal snag. The fact that he chose to go the 'emergency' route rather than 10 USC 284 suggests that there's something flawed or inadequate about the latter (at least in Trump's mind).
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