Rachel Bovard
Before We Go To War With North Korea, The President Owes Americans A Public Debate

While Article II of the Constitution makes the president the commander-in-chief, and later laws give him the authority to repel sudden attacks, it does not afford him the power to declare war.

It’s Long Past Time For Congress To Stop Writing A Blank Check To Wage War

U.S. counterterrorism operations are active across the globe all under the authority of a 2001 authorization intended only to sanction individuals directly involved in the 9/11 attacks.