For the third time in history, an American President has been impeached.
The time for sitting on the sidelines is over. Donald Trump cannot be allowed to get away with his usurpation of power, his disdain for the law, or his continued policies that have damaged the country.
Another one of Trump’s lawyers bites the dust, and hired someone with some very specific experience.
Jeb Bush predicted that Donald Trump would preside over a “chaos Presidency,” and he was right.
Even with the revelations of the last three weeks, impeaching the President is still largely a fantasy.
Republicans are dismissing talk of impeachment as a Democratic fundraising ploy, but it may be they are protesting just a bit too much.
Once again the GOP finds itself on the wrong side of public opinion.
A lot of Republicans dislike the President enough to think that he should be removed from office, but will that make impeachment more likely to happen?
One of these men is going to his party’s convention, the other is not. The reason why is rather obvious.
Could things possibly get worse on Capitol Hill? Grover Norquist seems to relish the possibility.
According to a new Gallup poll, President Obama is not only less popular than George W. Bush, but the only president from the last half century less popular is Dick Nixon.
Will a Republican-controlled Congress bring about the third Presidential Impeachment in American history? Jonathan Chait thinks it’s virtually certain that it will, I’m not so sure.
I was never particularly hopeful that the GOP would retake the Senate, but even if it turns out that O’Donnell’s nomination prevents it from happening, I can’t bring myself to care all that much.
The matter of Executive Privilege and former Presidents is settled law.
Democrats and Independents are losing their enthusiasm. But some perspective is needed.
The man most famous for getting screwed out of a Supreme Court seat has a more interesting backstory.