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How easy it is to make people believe a lie, and how hard it is to undo that work again!” — Mark Twain Christian Schneider writes: But by bringing an article of impeachment against President Donald Trump for his role in inciting the … Continue reading
…he shall have Power to grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offenses against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment.–Article II, Section 2 of The Constitution ooooo Can Trump pardon Stone? Professor Corey Brettschneider, writing for Politico, claims he can’t. … Continue reading
This letter by Rev. Gary McCaslin appeared in the Corning Leader on Sunday February 2, 2020. It is posted here with permission of the author. Richard Nixon Wants a Retrial We have heard the essence of Trump’s defense from Alan … Continue reading
The spin is dizzying: Unemployment is down, so Trump did no wrong. Trump gave Ukraine more aid than Obama, so he did no wrong. Trump is popular, so he did no wrong. Ukraine eventually got the aid, so there was … Continue reading
House Democrats got their historic day. They now own the first impeachment in American history that had no bipartisan support, only bipartisan opposition. They now own the first impeachment that contains no criminal violations, only political disputes.–White House These arguments … Continue reading
“I get frustrated where there is a sense of normalization that the congressman brings and that our concerns about Trump and the things that are happening are, its not that big of a deal, and you’re fine, stop worrying about … Continue reading
If Caesar’s wife ought to be above suspicion, so should our President. The idea that impeachment is like an ordinary trial is wrong. Impeachment is governed by a few clauses of The Constitution and rules adopted by House and Senate. … Continue reading
If Tom Reed was right to oppose intervention in Syria in 2013, no intervention is needed in 2019 under much different circumstances. If U.S. troops should not have been sent to Syria, their precipitous withdrawal by Trump is justified. President … Continue reading
An article by Rick Miller in the “Olean Times Herald” reports Tom Reed’s views on the “Ukraine situation.” Miller reports: Rep. Tom Reed took aim Thursday at “extreme-left” Democrats he said were eager to overthrow the election and impeach President … Continue reading
A government of laws, not of men.–John Adams inspired by James Harrington It is for public opinion (to decide), because eventually the decision here is going to be impeach or not impeach. Members of Congress, Democrats and Republicans, are going to … Continue reading