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The Impeachment Process is not going to change the mind of Most Americans

National Public Radio recently reported on an according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll that confirms what I think most of us already know: impeachment process is not going to change the mind of most Americans. Overall, 65% of poll … Continue reading

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Our Hypocrisy is not like Theirs, Part 21

Given the hysteria about Hillary Clinton’s emails, it was highly amusing to hear David Holmes‘ description of the now infamous phone call that EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland had with President Trumpelthinskin on July 26, 2019. Let’s look at the details … Continue reading

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Republican talking points, and the way to Respond to Them

In listening to the Trump impeachment inquiry, it’s become obvious what the Republican’s defense of Trump is going to look like. Their eleven (or so) talking points can be summarized and easily defended. That the Impeachment inquiry is just a … Continue reading

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Our Hypocrisy is not like Theirs, Part 20

Last week at the House Intelligence Committee hearings on impeachment, the Republicans were whining about several things: That the witnesses who were being brought in to testify mostly had second hand (or hearsay) information. That some witnesses were first testifying … Continue reading

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Republican defense of Trump impeachment: the Crime was Not Completed

The first day of impeachment hearings on Wednesday weren’t exactly riveting television, but there were certainly some interesting moments. One of those was watching New York Representative (and GOP rising star) Elise Stefanik sum up the impeachment hearings this way: … Continue reading

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