Trump’s lack of fealty to truth and reality gives supporters an out (if they choose it).
The President of the United States is a national security threat. Can we get rid of him now?
The two oldest major party nominees in American history are not inspiring great confidence.
Jeffrey Epstein’s death by suicide has led to many legitimate questions that should be investigated. It has also led to the rise of a number of baseless conspiracy theories.
The next Prime Minster of the United Kingdom will be chosen by a very small segment of both the population and the Conservative Party. Does that make sense?
I continue to be opposed to impeachment of the President, but I’m slowly moving in that direction thanks primary to the Administration’s own actions.
William Barr was easily confirmed as Attorney General in a 54-45 votes that included three Democrats crossing over to support him.
The former #2 official at the FBI is trying to sell a book.
There’s a good reason why Democrats want Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to get out of the way sooner rather than later.
Is Donald Trump thinking about dumping Mike Pence in 2020? Probably not, but that’s not going to stop the speculation.
A new report from The New York Times is likely to cause President Trump’s war on the Justice Department to heat up.
The Twenty-Fifth Amendment has been in the news a lot lately, but what would it actually take to use it to remove a President from power?
As problematic as some of what we know about the internal workings of the White House may be, it isn’t a coup.
Just how far should White House staffers and civil servants go in protecting the public from an erratic president?
Donald Trump is a bad, inept, and potentially dangerous President. That doesn’t mean that a ‘soft coup’ inside the White House is the answer to the problem he presents to our democratic republic.
In an extraordinary anonymous Op-Ed, a senior White House official describes a White House in chaos.
At a minimum, Trump is betraying his oath of office. That is one hell of a minimum.
Due mostly to cowardice and naked self-interest, you shouldn’t expect many other Republicans to speak out against Trump in the near future.
There’s something in the water up at Harvard……
Some more interesting post-election commentary from Hillary Clinton.
A Constitutional coup d’etat is not the way to solve the Donald Trump problem.
It may well be that the 25th Amendment, not the impeachment clause, will be his undoing.
Does the office of Vice-President serve any useful purpose anymore?
House and Senate Republicans are pushing a Balanced Budget Amendment. It sounds like a good idea, but it isn’t.