CAC In the News

June 22, 2017

Ziglar offers a thin, unconvincing view of separation of powers that never takes seriously that the judiciary has an affirmative role to play in the Constitution’s system of separation of powers. It closes the courthouse doors on victims of unconstitutional misconduct, discounting the judicial check our Constitution’s Framers insisted. It turns its back on the rule of law, the building block of our most precious constitutional guarantees.

June 21, 2017

The Supreme Court ruled against Goldwater, but it didn't deny his ability to bring a lawsuit, said Brian Frazelle, appellate counsel at the Constitutional Accountability Center, which is working on the congressional lawsuit. Frazelle said a lower court granted standing to Goldwater and the other senators based on their claim that Carter had deprived them of a vote to stop the treaty from ending.

June 20, 2017

Nexstar's Washington correspondent Brie Jackson spoke with CAC's David Gans about the Supreme Court's grant of certiorari in Gill v. Whitford, a partisan gerrymandering case out of Wisconsin.

June 20, 2017

Blumenthal joined forces with the Constitutional Accountability Center and became the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit filed against the President, last week, for violating the emoluments clause. Thirty other Senators and more than a hundred members of the House of Representatives, all Democrats, have joined as co-plaintiffs.

June 20, 2017

Donald Trump is being sued by members of Congress. Host Bill Press spoke to Elizabeth Wydra, the President of The Constitutional Accountability Center, and the lawyer representing them, about why the lawsuit was brought up.