If the FBI raid on Donald Trump’s lawyer is about what we think it’s about, we could be living through a rerun of the Clinton impeachment crisis.
What is more in accord with the rule of law: four justices usurping the power of a co-equal branch of government, or a legislature doing exactly what the state constitution allows?
Treating this campaign like a conventional midterm is simply not going to get it done this year for Republicans. Not with the Democratic base this angry.
Many Democrats want 2018 to be the year of President Trump’s impeachment. This Democratic congresswoman is saying to slow down.
‘Many lawyer groups have actually volunteered, on their own, to file for a court paper to ensure that the security staff will cooperate with us. But we have declined, since this will really look like a coup…’
This new year, like 1998, will be dominated by a well-established prosecutor leading an extensive investigation into the presidency.
A nonsense legal theory proliferated on Twitter this weekend, suggesting that the president could be sent to prison for his comments regarding the NFL.
In a White House with so many factions at odds on key points: who’s burning who, and why?
So which Democratic representatives actually support impeaching President Trump? Check out our list, starting with bill sponsor Brad Sherman.
If you hate President Trump for his offenses against good government, have the decency to admit that Mike Pence is clearly much better.
While it would have been better for President Trump to have divested control of his businesses before taking office, not doing so does not necessarily violate the Constitution.
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi host this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.
Getting President Trump impeached may give Democrats short-term victory. But by infuriating rural voters, it’s sure to widen the schism between our ‘two Americas.’
President Trump clearly lacks elementary prudence or self-discipline. But the voters chose him, and the Constitution doesn’t give us any way around them.
Ross Douthat argues in The New York Times that the cabinet and Congress should remove Trump from office. It’s a reckless argument for undermining democracy.
Progressives are calling for President Trump’s impeachment over the James Comey firing. Only one thing explains their lapse of reason.
At least seven companies that pulled ads from Bill O’Reilly’s show following reports of sexual harassment suits against him nonetheless gave up to $6.6 million to Bill Clinton’s personal tax-free foundation.
There is a way out of this mess. It is a desperate plan, but desperate times, desperate measures.
While impeachment is unlikely, liberals would never have allowed a President Romney to refuse the president’s Constitution-bound duty to enforce U.S. laws.
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