New York's Arbalest Quarrel Opposes Recent Executive Action

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"President Obama’s executive orders on immigration shield 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation. This goes straight to the heart of the Separation of Powers Doctrine”, says the Arbalest Quarrel Website.

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The President's U.S. immigration policy explained in plain English

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President Obama's recent use of executive action creates a dramatic change in U.S. immigration policy. While immigration laws exist to deal with the millions of illegal aliens in America, New York based Constitutionalists, Arbalest Quarrel, argue that "Obama and Congressional Democrats have opted for a new policy that leads toward amnesty for these people."

Reacting to this new policy, the Arbalest Quarrel group addresses the issue of Executive Branch overreach and the usurpation of legislative function by President Obama. The Arbalest Quarrel states, "This is in clear defiance of the Separation of Powers Doctrine set forth in, and the mainstay of, the U.S. Constitution."

In a new article posted on the Arbalest Quarrel website, Arbalest's writers put forth the constitutional powers of an acting U.S. president – Article 2, Section 1 says, “The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America.” Article 2, Section 3 mandates that the President “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed. . . .” This indicates that the President has the singular duty to make sure the laws of Congress are adhered to. The Arbalest Quarrel contends, "Nothing in Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution suggests the President shall share law making functions with Congress. Yet, it seems President Obama feels he has the legal authority to do so, he’s suspended deportation of millions of illegal aliens."

Commentators have taken sides. Some argue in favor of amnesty, others oppose it. The Arbalest Quarrel offers in-depth analysis of the policy and their perspective of what’s at stake for Americans. The Arbalest Quarrel states its mission is to explain how Obama's amnesty policy, as well as other relevant political doctrines, really operates. Their analysis of modern legislation amounts to an educational primer on these Acts.

About Arbalest Quarrel
The Arbalest Quarrel is a new, unique and rapidly growing website devoted to explicating, for ordinary Americans, the complicated world of law and policy that impacts the U.S Constitution. The site’s main focus is on State and Federal antigun efforts that subvert the Second Amendment. But the site also deals with other laws impacting Americans’ lives. Discussions of pressing policy and legal issues are analytical, comprehensive, and rigorous, but the writers take pains to make their points accessible to the non-lawyer.

The creators of the site are eminently qualified to deal with policy and legal related issues in a suitably rigorous fashion. They include a multi-degreed and licensed attorney, a multi-degreed personal security specialist with experience in law enforcement, and a highly successful, corporate business professional.

Aside from its recent in-depth article tackling the U.S. immigration issue, the Arbalest Quarrel also provides critical commentary on gun legislation, social, economic, and political events shaping our times:

  • Militarization and Federalization of Civilian Police Forces
  • Attacks on Our Returning Veterans
  • Exploitation of Gun Violence by the News Media
  • Questionable Federal Policies Concerning Ebola

The Arbalest Quarrel deals with these issues in plain English and in a manner that does not insult the intelligence of the American public.

Stephen L. D'Andrilli
Arbalest Quarrel Group
New York, NY

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