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The Case for Impeachment

Now that the public phase of the impeachment inquiry appears to be over, the Intelligence Committee will take the next few days to write their…

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The Reluctant Witness

Had it not been for the OLC memo, which guided his decision-making process, Trump might well have been indicted. And as I noted above, he is not out of the woods, not by a long shot. Trump isn’t just running for a second term in 2020; he’s literally running for his life. Don’t kid yourself: behind all that bluster lies a very frightened little man who knows full well that what he did was wrong and is acutely aware of the fate that could befall him.

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Dems Should Tread Lightly With Mueller

As someone who has watched every episode of Law and Order at least three or four times, I am quite familiar with the term “hostile…

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Mueller To Congress: You’re Up

Robert Mueller finally broke his silence. The Special Counsel, who for the last two years has been as vocal as a mime, decided it was…

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An Open Letter To Nancy Pelosi

Dear Madam Speaker, I usually don’t write letters to politicians. In fact, over the last ten years, I can count on one hand the number…

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Mueller Provides A Roadmap

Robert Mueller did a most thorough job of detailing for the American public the high crimes and misdemeanors of this president. We can lament that he could not, given DOJ guidelines, indict him. But let no one think for even a nanosecond that a failure to indict is synonymous with guiltlessness.

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