Heather Cox Richardson | New NY 23rd

The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned.–Fourteenth Amendment (Section 4) The debt ceiling crisis … Continue reading

Posted in Congress, Political, President, Supreme Court, Uncategorized Tagged debt ceiling, Fourteenth Amendment, Heather Cox Richardson, trillion dollar coin

Once again, the Danish film crew was filming and, after the events of that day, recorded Stone asking again for a presidential pardon. This time, Gaetz apparently wanted one, too. When White House counsel Pat Cipollone prevented Trump from issuing … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution, President Tagged Heather Cox Richardson, Matt Gaetz, pardon, Pat cipollone, Roger Stone

If something seems wrong, it likely is wrong. A guest columnist, writing in a local paper, complained about historian Heather Cox Richardson. He wrote “her blanket condemnation (of white American evangelicals) is dishonest partisan demagoguery.” Heather Cox Richardson is a … Continue reading

Posted in Political Tagged dubious, Heather Cox Richardson

On April 28,2022, Heather Cox Richardson discussed  “two right-wing, antidemocratic ideologies.” About the first she wrote: One is pushed by Texas governor Greg Abbott, who is embracing a traditional American states’ rights approach to attack the active federal government that … Continue reading

Posted in Impeachment, Political Tagged Heather Cox Richardson, Insurrection, Public Health, Regulations, Rep. Claudia Tenney, Rep. Tom Reed

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