Impeachment is probably coming

By John Stoehr / December 6, 2023 /

We shouldn’t have any illusions about it. I doubt the president does.

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Trump, GOP gamble on chaos and disorder. Good luck with that

By John Stoehr / September 29, 2023 /

Biden, meanwhile, is making room for people who don’t care about “principles and institutions” but do care about peace and order.

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Impeaching Biden is a tired Trump play

By Lindsay Beyerstein / September 28, 2023 /

The point is smearing the president, writes Lindsay Beyerstein.

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At the heart of Republican impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden, Kremlin propaganda

By John Stoehr / September 14, 2023 /

Donald Trump is picking up where he left off.

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McCarthy can’t keep tap-dancing

By John Stoehr / September 6, 2023 /

He’s sacrificing his power.

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GOP wants to paint Trump’s impeachments as meaningless even as they try to ‘eradicate both votes from history’

By John Stoehr / June 26, 2023 /

Just one problem.

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Republicans want to impeach Biden? Go ahead

By John Stoehr / May 8, 2023 /

Mess around and find out.

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It’s not a crime when a Republican does it. It’s freedom

By John Stoehr / June 22, 2022 /

Any attempt to uphold the rule of law is an infringement of that freedom. That just might inspire an overthrow of the government.

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J6 and the three rings of sedition

By John Stoehr / April 26, 2022 /

Jamie Raskin: “I want people to pay attention to what’s going on here, because it’s as close to fascism as I ever want my country to come to.”

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Face it, impeachment doesn’t work. Trump proved Congress can’t check a criminal president

By Trent R. Nelson / February 2, 2022 /

Impeachment has never been helpful. It might be harmful, though.

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