For too long we've experienced the executive branch roll over Congress, the press and the American people.
Those opposed to the idea (rightly) said that it would be a politically disastrous power grab by the executive branch.
From here on, presidential appointees to the executive branch will get their up-or-down vote.
There are always limits to how much can be accomplished solely by the executive branch under the United States Constitution.
If President Obama is not watching over the executive branch, then who is?
Treason in the executive branch of the government was estopped.
The people then, and not the States, are represented in the executive branch.
The executive branch also took up the cause of civil rights, albeit in a more limited way than the courts.
It was over the executive branch that the main contest arose.
A similar development to that of the executive branch was experienced in the administration of justice.
The branch of federal and state government that is broadly responsible for implementing, supporting, and enforcing the laws made by the legislative branch and interpreted by the judicial branch. At the state level, the executive includes governors and their staffs. At the federal level, the executive includes the president, the vice president, staffs of appointed advisers (including the cabinet), and a variety of departments and agencies, such as the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Postal Service (see postmaster general). The executive branch also proposes a great deal of legislation to Congress and appoints federal judges, including justices of the Supreme Court. Although the executive branch guides the nation's domestic and foreign policies, the system of checks and balances works to limit its power.