USA Today (Magazine). Jan, 2020, Vol. 148 Issue 2896, p10, 3 p.
Government regulation, United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, Policy sciences -- Laws, regulations and rules, Policy sciences -- Political aspects, Executive-legislative relations -- Laws, regulations and rules, Executive-legislative relations -- Political aspects, Separation of powers -- Laws, regulations and rules, Separation of powers -- Political aspects, and Impeachments -- Laws, regulations and rules
IN CONTEMPORARY U.S. government, the presidency is dominating Congress in our system of separate-but-competing branches. This constitutional imbalance is a growing threat to liberty, and the only solution is to [...]
Commentary. Sept, 2019, Vol. 148 Issue 2, p33, 5 p.
Company legal issue, United States. Department of Justice -- Powers and duties, United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, Special prosecutors -- Investigations, and Executive-legislative relations -- Analysis
FOR TWO YEARS, America scrutinized Robert Mueller almost as closely as Mueller scrutinized Donald Trump. But where Mueller's investigation produced a clear-eyed view of the 2016 election, America seems to [...]
Government regulation, Company legal issue, United States. Supreme Court -- Powers and duties, United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, Education law -- Interpretation and construction, Public schools -- Laws, regulations and rules, Right to education -- Laws, regulations and rules, and Right to education -- Cases
The right to an education is guaranteed by international law in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Similarly, UNESCO's Constitution sets out the right to an education as necessary to [...]
Music Trades. Nov, 2019, Vol. 167 Issue 10, p42, 1 p.
Music in education and Legislators
CONGRESSWOMAN CHERI BUSTOS, a member of the House Appropriations Committee, recently visited the West Music Quad Cities store for her latest 'Cheri on Shift' job shadow. West Music repair technician [...]
United States. Congress -- Religious aspects, United States. Congress -- Demographic aspects, Democratic Party (United States) -- Religious aspects, and Legislators -- Religious aspects
Hours before being sworn in, many senators and representatives of the 116th Congress gathered inside St. Peter's Catholie Church, just steps from the U.S. Capitol, for a multi-faith, bipartisan prayer [...]