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is it possible for congress to prevent war? a response to i,voter

The blog “I, Voter” responded to my recent criticism of Rachel Maddow. In my original post, I didn’t think it was realistic to expect Congress or law to restrain the executive’s tendency to start wars. From I, Voter: This is too fatalistic. Taking advantage of “wiggle room” or finding a way to “wage war in [...]
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PolitiFact Responds To Rachel Maddow’s Criticism: ‘We Don’t Expect Our Readers To Agree With Every Ruling’

News : Mediaite (2 years ago)

Following Rachel Maddow's epic takedown of factchecking website PolitiFact, Politico's Dylan Byers received a response from PolitiFact editor and Tampa Bay Times Washington bureau chief Bill Adair, who responded to the MSNBC host's ... Read Post

War Powers & Libya

Politics : The Washington Note (3 years ago)

Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Shared some thoughts with Rachel Maddow last night on the tug-of-war between Congress and the Executive Branch on deploying force abroad. Also dispelled the n... Read Post

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