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In several important instances, the Supreme Court has pulled back on the leash, exercising its necessary power under Article III of the Constitution. Even a divided Congress can find common ground to deny unfettered executive authority now.

This is what the Framers intended as effective separation of powers in order to stop the concentration of authority in the hands of a president.

Shannon L. Goessling is executive director and chief legal counsel for Southeastern Legal Foundation.