Executive Overreach

Civil Rights Commissioner Gail Heriot Agrees with Conservatives on Executive Overreach, Gets Called “Ignorant Bigot” By Liberal Congresswoman

University of San Diego School of Law professor Gail Heriot thinks Obama’s “guidance” to states demanding they open school locker rooms, showers and toilets to students of both sexes is an example of the executive branch overreaching what the legislative branch intended. Far-Left Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren (CA-19) thinks disagreeing with Obama makes Commissioner Heriot an “ignorant bigot.”

Gov't Separated From The People Cannot Stand

Lawrence Sellin, American Thinker

The attributes that best describe how America is now governed are executive overreach, legislative complicity, judicial partisanship, and journalistic acquiescence.

R's Weigh New Checks on Exec. Powers

Molly K. Hooper, The Hill

GOP officials have long claimed that Obama has violated the law and Constitution and are now pondering ways to reign in Executive Branch powers.