What is in the last line of the Declaration of Independence?
How well does the USA compare to other countries on freedom? Click to find out!
How many liberty prioritizing republics were there in 2020? Click to find out!
What are the advantages of constitutional, republican, and liberal government? Click to find out!
Is republican democracy sufficient to stop tyranny?
What form of government do our states have?
Could the words “republic” and “representative democracy” refer to the same idea?
Is the U.S.A. a republic? More tomorrow.
Which kinds of governments are richer and happier?
Which form of government offers more hospital beds per capita?
Which republic offers more security, the liberal or illiberal?
Why are liberal republics better problem-solvers?
Which are more inclusive: liberal or illiberal republics?
Are liberal republics less corrupt than illiberal republics?
Do you know the difference between a democracy and a republic?
What about freedom of speech elsewhere?
Can the courts protect the Republic all by themselves?
Does trust fall as democracy falls?
Why does social trust matter?
What does loyalty to our Constitution require?
The framers found a way to deal with distrust.
This must happen if elections are to be trusted.
The trust-related debates about the presidency from the framer’s time continue to this day.
Do we want USA to join the other countries on the map?
Voters and political parties became additional sources of presidential power and accountability.
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The power to pardon creates some overlap in the powers of the presidency and those of the court.
The Twentieth Amendment largely removed the need for power to convene or adjourn Congress.
The president was to participate in law-making, with Congress in the lead.
The framers gave the President limited supervisory power.