From Vox

The fact that congressional Republicans have so struggled to respond to Obama’s executive actions should be a clear signal that they can’t succeed with what they have. As Kevin Kosar of the R Street Institute has convincingly written, “While the president and other executive agencies took action, Republicans were left spluttering over Obama’s power grabs. It is easy to criticize the president for overreach, but that would fail to account for the more fundamental problem: Congress has not been the dominant branch for decades. The executive surpassed it long ago.”

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