Should Congress impeach the President again? After the Capitol Attack this week, Congress immediately began discussing and then drafting articles of impeachment. Some people, horrified by the events at the Capitol, argue that Congress should impeach the President immediately. Others, some equally horrified and some not, suggest that impeaching the President a second time is… Continue reading Should Congress Impeach the President Again?
Most folks know by now that the Democrats in the U.S. recently launched an impeachment inquiry pertaining to President Trump’s recent phone call with the Ukranian president Volodymry Zelenskey. You can read more about impeachment in general and the current proceedings in particular here. Emotions are understandably riding high right now, and during times like… Continue reading Reasoning Errors to Avoid During the Impeachment Inquiry
Because of the recent impeachment inquiry against President Trump (you can read about these here), I wanted to refresh my understanding of impeachment. So I wrote this primer for myself and for anyone else it might help. What is presidential impeachment? According to the Constitution (Art. II, Sect. 4), presidential impeachment is a charge brought against… Continue reading A Presidential Impeachment Primer: Understanding Impeachment