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CREEP and the Impeachment of Nixon

On this day in 1974, the House Judiciary Committee approves the first of three articles of impeachment against Nixon, for obstruction of justice, abuse of…

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JFK v Nixon and the Electoral College

On this day in 1960, Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy of Massachusetts is nominated for the presidency by the Democratic Party Convention, defeating among others fellow…

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The Role Chief Justice Roberts Will Play in the Impeachment

On this day in 1974, President Nixon flatly refuses to produce any of the more than 500 documents subpoenaed by the Senate Watergate committee, branding…

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Pelosi Plows Ahead

In the end, Nancy Pelosi really did have “no choice.” Her announcement Thursday that she has asked her chairmen to proceed with drafting articles of…

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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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Lessons to be Learned from JFK v. Nixon

On this day in 1960, US Navy combat veteran John F. Kennedy becomes the youngest man and first Catholic ever to be elected president of…

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