If President Trump goes unpunished, the message will not be “don’t do this”. No, the message will be, “Next time, send a bigger mob”.
The president is defiant, Congress is impeaching, and the final days of the Trump Presidency are set for a climactic ending. So now what?
The missing blue wave, impeachment martyrdom, the Fal-ings of self-awareness, and some places we got it right/wrong in Harsh Your Mellow Monday
Linky Friday tries to steer you straight to end a week full of beginnings, endings, and everything in the middle. Or is it starting the weekend? Either way.
Chief Justice William Rehnquist’s quip about “I did nothing, and I did it well,” about his time presiding over the Clinton Impeachment is going to have to be updated for Chief Justice John Roberts.
Day one done, day two kicks off at 1PM EST. Let’s Talk about it..
The Impeachment trial of President Donald Trump is underway in the Senate
President Trump’s legal team for the impeachment trial has some very familiar names on it, including one of the biggest names from the last time we as a country did this.
Naming managers and transmitting articles, after a few weeks wait the Senate will finally get on with the impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump
Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced she will be forwarding the Articles of Impeachment and name the Impeachment Managers next week.
While the country appears more divided than ever, I wonder if there are families like ours-those who felt that divide at one point. But now sit in silence.
So now we have an impeached president, a pending senate trial whose machinations are uncertain even if the outcome is not, and oh-by-the-way the Iowa caucuses and rest of the presidential primary is relentlessly coming towards us.
Why Republican Legislators Don’t Standup to Trump.
Use impeachment to appease the base. Then legislate while everyone is distracted by the West Wing-World Wrestling mashup.
The day has finally come: The House of Representatives is set to vote on the Articles of Impeachment against President Donald Trump.
The House Rules Committee will take up the procedural questions involved before the vote by the full House of Representatives on the two Articles of Impeachment.