Rather than serving as a “unitary” executive, President Trump is something of a “solitary executive,” who is increasingly isolated within his own administration.
Josh Blackman is an Associate Professor at the South Texas College of Law Houston, and the author of Unraveled: Obamacare, Religious Liberty, and Executive Power.
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Why the Virginia protests happened where they did.
Our immigration law routinely makes distinctions dividing up families along the lines of the State Department cable implementing the revised travel ban.
The Court’s decision to exempt certain aliens from the travel bans mirrors the system of waivers included in Trump's revised executive order.
A look at the menu.
Josh Blackman analyzes the significance of Trump's tweets this morning for IRAP v. Trump.
Analysis of IRAP v. Trump Part V: Judge Shedd and Judge Agee’s Dissents, and the Government’s Petitions for Certiorari and Applications for Stay
Josh Blackman analyzes the dissents of Judges Shedd and Agee and the possible paths ahead now that the Solicitor General has asked the Supreme Court to weigh in.