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About as surprising as a morning sunrise, but still incomprehensible

Well, after a five day trial the Senate acquitted Donald Trump once again.  This time, at least a majority of Senators voted to convict (57:43). But not the 2/3rds vote needed. (The last time the two articles were voted down … Continue reading

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Why Brandenburg is the right case but applied for the wrong reason

One of the cases that was cited yesterday by Trump’s impeachment team is the case of Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 U.S. 444 (1969). For those of you who are not lawyers — which I assume is most of you — … Continue reading

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Why did one of Trump’s attorneys have to pat his head when taking a sip of water?

This may be an odd thing to focus upon for the 1st day of the 2nd impeachment hearing, but the second attorney for Trump (David Schoen) had to cover his head with his hand whenever he took a sip of … Continue reading

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Removal through the 25th Amendment? Don’t Bet on It!

Right now, as everyone is chattering about the need to remove President Drumpf as soon as possible in the wake of his inciting a riot on January 6th, people are getting very excited about the possibility of getting this clown … Continue reading

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