The president is defiant, Congress is impeaching, and the final days of the Trump Presidency are set for a climactic ending. So now what?
What should be pro forma is instead shaping up to be a clown show of historic proportions before the inevitable finally arrives.
The House of Representatives voted to override President Trump’s veto of the NDAA (defense spending bill) and to increase stimulus payments from $600 to $2000.
“Congressional leaders have hashed out a massive, year-end catchall bill that combines $900 billion in COVID-19 aid with a $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill”
Linky Friday, Ordinary Times’ end of the week tradition brings you items to read, share, and discuss from around the web, from culture, to politics, to that Joe Biden interview everyone will be talking about.
This is one of them things that can make a bad situation involving people already under pressure exponentially worse
Before we begin months of poll watching let’s look back on how we got to this moment in history…
Why Republican Legislators Don’t Standup to Trump.
Join the Ordinary Times Commentareum in following the latest House Judiciary Committee hearings in the impeachment process
No, not Katie Hill, who made a good run at the biggest scandal in the Cali delegation but fell short to Duncan Hunter. The still Representative of CA-50 will reportedly change his “not guilty” plea Tuesday in court.
Supporting impeachment doesn’t mean I think the Democrats truly believe in the rule of law, nor do I believe the Republicans truly believed in 1998.
The ratings are in for the first public impeachment hearings in 20 years
The movement to impeach President Trump is in some respects a movement for a kangaroo court. But we should support it anyway.
There is very little evidence that being impeached increases the popularity of impeached presidents.
We seem to be reaching the end of the daring each other phase of impeachment.
Lots and lots of hearings but almost no one is listening.