Podcast: Constitutional Jurisprudence and the Presidency
In an interview with CFIF, Professor John Eastman, the Henry Salvatori Professor of Law & Community Service at Chapman University and Founding Director of the Constitutional Jurisprudence Clinic, discusses whether Ted Cruz can serve as president if he was born in Canada and the Texas immigration case challenging President Obama's Executive Fiat.
After the Republican wave washed over Congress last week, Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer had several pieces of advice for the new GOP majority. He advocated bold and continuous legislative actions that would put Democrats on the defensive. Those include measures with sizeable Democratic support such as authorizing the Keystone XL pipeline, fast-track authority for stagnant trade negotiation bills and a measure to repatriate more than $2 trillion in assets held overseas by U.S. corporations.
Then Krauthammer went big:
"As for ObamaCare, a symbolic abolition that Obama will…
"The tragedy of the discussion around 'school choice' in America is the hidden presumption that 'school choice' doesn't exist already. But it does -- for the privileged. This is not only a matter of the privileged being able to afford private schools, but also the fact that, through the public school catchment system, the real estate market is really the market for schools. Every family in America…[more]
—Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, Ethics and Public Policy Center Fellow
— Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, Ethics and Public Policy Center Fellow