Framing the Dialogue

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Executive Power

The framers wrote the Constitution to provide for a separation of powers, or three separate branches of government. Each has its own responsibilities and at the same time they work together to make the country run smoothly and to assure that the rights of citizens are not ignored or disallowed. This is done through checks and balances. A branch may use its powers to check the powers of the other two in order to maintain a balance of power among the three branches of government. The three branches of the U.S. Government are: Legislative, Executive, Judicial

GMZ – Celebrity Reading List

Perhaps the perky, Pulitzer Prize winning Katie Couric had her greatest moment when she seemed to stump Sarah Palin when she inquired about what the former Alaska governor reads.  Months later Palin spun it that she was rather perturbed at Couric’s sophomoric [my description] question and not caught off balance.  Only she knows for sure.

After extensive research we at GMZ have discovered what magazines celebrities read.  No laws were broken by GMZ in obtaining this information: