Congresses and presidents accepted the Madisonian view that the federal government could only do what the Constitution affirmatively authorized it to do, and all remaining governmental tasks would be addressed by the states. This, too, was part of Madison’s genius in order to impede the concentration of too much power in the hands of too few.
ROBERT STEELE: Judge Napolitano is correct — the President is in violation of the Constitution. This is half the problem. The other half of the problem is the President’s failure to defend the Constitution, the 1st, 2nd, & 4th Amendments particularly. In combination with his failure to defend America from the Zionist parasite that has bribed and blackmailed not only the US Congress but 27 state legislatures as well, and his failure to unrig the system he so famously labeled as rigged, the way is open for him to lose to a Democratic mediocrity.