As part of my continuing efforts to reach new audiences, I have a column at USA Today, Constitution’s horrible, no good, very bad year:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2014/12/28/constitution-damage-obama-cavalier-2014-legalizing-citizenship-repatriation-supreme-court-column/20814561/

As 2014 comes to a close, it’s worth considering the Obama administration legacy as we head into 2015.

Certainly, there were scandals. The IRS played hide and seek with documents regarding improper targeting of conservative and Tea Party groups.

The response to the Ebola outbreak was clumsy, and helped induce panic. Our foreign policy is in tatters.

Yet the most long-lasting damage may be the Obama administration’s cavalier attitude towards constitutional separation of powers….

Will our next president be a king, queen or a constitutionally-limited president? That is the question for 2016.

You want the meat and potatoes of the post?

You want, indeed demand, answers?

Well, you’ll have to head over to USA Today, and help share the link on Twitter and Facebook.