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  1. Trans-national corporations own Congress and the White House through their financing of election...

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  2. Taft' s view of the role of American business in foreign policy also ... was not surprising that in Taft' s first annual message (7 December 1909) he stated: "...

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  3. Congress . They have the power to declare war They can impeach the president They create bills. They can override the Presidents ...

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  4. ...39; laws by vetoing them, and congress can override the veto' s . also the supreme court can check the congress or president by declaring something unconstitutional. and if congress wants to override...

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  5. The because the average American doesn't understand that. They think the president writes checks. Some in Congress just play on their willful ignorance, to their advantage.

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  6. ...to operate passed 90 days in one place. To sum up only the Congress can delcare war, but the President can use the military freely for a limited time, to responed to 9/11 for example...

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  7. Unfortunately, neither the President nor Congress nor the Supreme Court leads the United States...

    8 Answers · Politics & Government · 05/07/2006

  8. No set amount. It "becomes law" immediately upon the President ' s signature, 30 days after being passed by congress if he neither signs nor vetoes it. its effective date is...

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  9. ...1918, some ten months before the end of World War I, President Woodrow Wilson appeared before a joint session of Congress and gave this address suggesting possible peace terms to end the...

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  10. ..., very little. campaigning , it s a big issue but after election it s business as usual. melvin greenspan and a fleet of others decide what the pres . thinks on economics. it is a field unto itself and ...

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