Although the strict text of the U.S. Constitution includes the treaty clause as the only means by which the U.S. can enter into such international agreements, there’s a growing body of mostly liberal-left “legal opinion” that holds that “congressional-executive agreements” like NAFTA can serve as substitutes for treaties.
Articles By: Cliff Kincaid
Accuracy in Media’s Cliff Kincaid shows why some academics are jumping on the Obama bandwagon.
Despite the best efforts of professors in the classrom and political masterminds outside of it, the youth vote may not be as malleable as these savants think it is.
Apparently, even in the recent past, academia could be a safe haven for communist dupes.
Doubting the guilt of Alger Hiss may lose you a government job but gain you a professorship.
The tremendous turnout of young people at the annual demonstration is something to experience.
Unfortunately, what comes out of academia does not stay there.
Self-described Washington Post “fact checker,” Michael Dobbs, has worked for the paper since 1980, has written three books, and has held fellowships at Harvard and Princeton.
The true story of how the Law of the Sea Treaty came into being is a fascinating one.
A look at two academic icons—the United Nations and Alger Hiss.