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Impeachable Behavior?

Alan Zendell, May 20, 2019 There are many ways to look at Saturday’s extensive tweets by Republican Justin Amash, who represents Michigan’s third district in the House of Representatives. Amash accused Attorney General William Barr of deliberately misrepresenting the conclusions … Continue reading

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To Impeach or Not To Impeach

Alan Zendell, April 28, 2019 Senator Elizabeth Warren said during a CNN Town Hall last week that the House of Representatives should immediately begin impeachment proceedings to remove Donald Trump from office. She wasn’t just making a political statement. She … Continue reading

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What the Mueller Report Tells Us About Trump

Alan Zendell, April 19, 2019 The redacted Mueller Report told us four important things, none of which is a shocking revelation. First, we learned that a thorough investigation by highly competent interviewers and researchers found that Russia, at the direction … Continue reading

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Downward Spiral

Alan Zendell, December 10, 2018 I was as wrong as everyone else who predicted Donald Trump couldn’t possibly win in 2016. I could rationalize being wrong by reasoning that the combination of the incompetence of Hillary Clinton’s campaign advisers and … Continue reading

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Mueller and the Court

Alan Zendell, August 5, 2018 As frequently noted here and elsewhere. Donald Trump is a master of obfuscation. While those of us who are trained in logical discourse and scientific method are often appalled by his relatively incoherent style, it … Continue reading

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Above the Law?

Alan Zendell, June 4, 2018 Three years after he resigned the presidency, Richard Nixon sat for four televised interviews with noted journalist David Frost. At one point, Frost asked Nixon, “Would you say that there are certain situations…where the president can decide … Continue reading

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Gowdy, the FBI, and the Justice Department

Alan Zendell, May 30, 2018 It happens over and over again. Republicans in Congress who intend to run for re-election feel inextricably tied to President Trump politically, though many, perhaps most, find his words and behavior despicable. We’ve seen the … Continue reading

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