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Democrats are misusing impeachment to replicate a parliamentary system

By treating impeachment as a parliamentary device, the Democrats are usurping the voter’s constitutional rights both to choose and reject a president. From American Thinker: The Constitution authorizes presidential impeachment if the president can be shown to have committed “treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.”  Democrats are ignoring this language

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Bookworm Beat 1/24/20 — busy week illustrated edition (2nd Amendment, March For Life, & impeachment)

What a busy week: a Second Amendment rally in Richmond, a huge March for Life in D.C., and the impeachment farce, plus Dem candidates, stupid leftists, etc. We’ll start just as the week started, with uplifting, patriotic, and often very clever images from the Second Amendment rally in Richmond: And

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NYT: Impeachment rightfully gives losers tyranny over winners

At the NYT, hard Leftist Michelle Goldberg explains that impeachment offsets the tyranny of the Electoral College, giving losers their rightful victory. You’ve probably had your fill about impeachment. You’ve read the articles about its being a kabuki farce, about Pelosi’s unconstitutional quid pro quo demands on the Senate, about

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Bookworm Podcast: Impeachment and the Democrats’ deadly malaise

Faux impeachment proceedings aren’t going to help the Democrat Party faithful’s deadly lack of enthusiasm; they’re paralyzed by their own ineffectiveness. My latest podcast is up and running. You can listen to it through the audio embed below, or at LibSyn, or through Apple Podcasts. You can also read the companion post,

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