The president, by virtue of being a single person, can reflect the values and interests of only a segment of the nation. When he goes before a microphone and represents that factional perspective as the national perspective, doesn’t it follow that people with a different way of looking at things would feel alienated? — Jay Cost
Congress should resist the imperial presidency and reassert its legislative authority.
Read the article here: Taming the Imperial Presidency, by Jay Cost, National Review