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Tweet FOR INITIATING MILITARY ACTION WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF CONGRESS by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 11, 2012) — A North Carolina congressman has introduced a resolution which states that the use of military force by the President without the consent of Congress is an impeachable offense. On March 7, Rep. Walter Jones, who represents the third [...]
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