Initial progress in Biden’s first weeks may be overshadowed by rising obstructionism, and timidity in his own party.
Multiple investigations at the state and federal level—plus private lawsuits—await Trump in private life.
Not if it sends a message to future presidents.
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We can’t afford to wait 13 days until Trump is gone. The time to act is now.
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No system is perfect, but there are many others around the world that do better than ours. We should follow their examples.
As I’m writing this, the House Judiciary Committee has unveiled two articles of impeachment against President Trump which, according to my awesome powers of precognition, are going to get approved
Congress is officially moving toward impeaching the president. But even then, it’s up to the people to keep our republic.
Twice in 20 years, a president has won office without winning the popular vote. A new movement is looking to change that.
We may be in the beginning stages of the process that could remove the president. But it may be moot, since the most important battle is over control of the statehouses.
Maybe not the one you think: When all you do is pitch to your base, it turns out no one else has much to gain by playing ball with you.
Life after Trump will mean reckoning with our divisions. Can we?
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