Category: Legal

In the US, Liberal and Democratic views often overlap, but is there really a difference between the two? Liberals Modern liberal ideas in the US started to form in the 20th century with the help...
Durable power of attorney and health care proxy are both legal documents used for designating an “agent” to take care of certain responsibilities. However there are subtle differences between the two that are worth checking...
Attorney-in-fact and Power of Attorney are two very important legal concepts – one is wielded while the other one wields it. Let’s see and find out which is which. Summary Table Attorney-in-fact Power of attorney...
It’s quite possible for laymen to interchange copyright and intellectual property, two legal terms that are all about protecting someone’s original work. We don’t need to be lawyers to know which is which, do we?...
In the U.S., the Democratic party generally believes in liberal ideas while the Republican party generally supports conservative principles. Let’s highlight the difference between the two. Summary Table Liberal Conservative Government should have enough power...
While governors and Senators are important figures in the U.S. political system, it has always been a point of debate over who is more influential. Let’s go ahead and learn more about their roles and...
Liberalism is an important political movement that helped shape many world governments well into modern times. However, liberalism broke off into two camps, bringing forth libertarians and other liberal-themed groups from among their ranks. Summary...
The founding fathers of the United States, in an effort to limit the power wielded by the federal government, made sure that it can only rule on certain kinds of cases. State courts were given...
We all know what is said about great power and what it comes with. The president of the United States and the prime minister of the United Kingdom are perhaps two of the most powerful...
In the United States, the national government and the governments of the 50 states have power divided between them and use a system of shared control. Let’s look at the difference between the state and national governments...