Tag Archives: Richard Cordray

Wall Street Journal: “Packing the NLRB”

Editorial (originally published in Wall Street Journal) One hallmark of the Obama Presidency is its habit of running roughshod over Congressional prerogatives. A test of that arrogation of power comes Wednesday when the Administration has to defend its imperial treatment … Continue reading

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Prominent Law Professor Slams Obama Administration’s Recess Appointments

Jonathan Turley, a nationally recognized legal scholar at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. believes the Obama Administration created an “extreme” slippery slope by pushing its recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board. Turley writes in a recent USA Today column that the brazen move “dangerously tips the balance of power.” Continue reading

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Will Obama Deliver More Payback To Big Labor Under The Guise Of Protecting American Consumers?

The Workforce Fairness Institute (WFI) today released the following statement in response to news reports that White House lawyers have concluded “President Obama has the legal authority to name Richard Cordray head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) through a recess appointment”: Continue reading

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