FACTOID # 20: Statistically, Delaware bears more cost of the US Military than any other state.
 
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War in Defense of the Constitution

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War Powers Clause - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (414 words)
However, beginning with the Korean War, American presidents have not sought formal declarations of war, instead maintaining that they have the constitutional authority, as commander in chief (Article Two, Section Two) to use the military for "police actions".
In 1973, Congress passed the War Powers Resolution, which requires the president to obtain either a declaration of war or a resolution authorizing the use of force from Congress within 60 days of initiating hostilities.
A declaration of war lets the citizens of a nation know that they are now at war with some other nation or entity.
Constitution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4158 words)
Constitution of Poland), and sub-national or provincial (e.g.
For example, in the Constitution of Australia, most of its fundamental political principles and regulations concerning the relationship between branches of government, and concerning the government and the individual are codified in a single document, the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia.
A "constitutional violation" is an action or legislative act that is judged by a constitutional court to be contrary to the constitution, that is, "unconstitutional".
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