Is It Too Late to Recover the Founders’ Presidency?

Prakash's book "offers a serious plan for the restoration of something closer to the original intent of the presidency and its relationship to our other political institutions. He offers a 13-part plan that includes making presidential advisors subject to Senate approval, growing Congress’s own expert staff, shrinking the offices in the executive branch ... reining in executive privilege, and deputizing private citizens as whistleblowers with standing to sue." - Law & Liberty

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His plan may be "serious" but it won't work. Making advisors subject to Senate approval would make the confirmation process more of a circus than it is now. Congress has plenty of "experts" already. Deputizing private citizens would create chaos as would creating a "plural executive". In fact, let me change my opening sentence. His proposals can't be serious.

Wally Morris

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