New England can do the same. We were born to imperial resistance.
Trump and his allies in the Senate need only time the vote for his acquittal during the week before election day. That makes for good political theater: vindication for your supporters, and total deflation for your opponents.
Richard Shenkman’s article below, about a paper by Shawn Rosenberg, discusses a perspective on people and politics that does not comport Jefferson’s views.
Richard Epstein offers a well-reasoned critique of progressive policy proposals during this year’s campaign season.
Remove government from politics. I mean that. When government interferes in electoral politics, a sense of illegitimacy hangs over the entire process. Then who cares? Do I want to wear an I VOTED button? No. Even more, when I give money to a political campaign, I do not want the campaign to report the donation. That transaction is private.
Rashida Tlaib will learn quickly enough, when you mud-wrestle with the president in public, you do not look wholesome when …
If you would like a paper version, let me know. I need some motivation to publish a bound volume.
If you want these things, or most of them, you have three options at this point.
They would have something to say about hopeless wars, hollowed out communities, families who have attended too many funerals. They would say something about how to recover.
If the country wants to rid itself of this man, voters must find a candidate for office who can prevail in this contest.
People everywhere respect what is most remote and least liable to have its reputation put to the test. At the least reverse, many would look down on us, and would join our enemies against us.
Nancy Pelosi wants to keep her job, of course, but she also focuses on what the party must do to defeat President Trump. You do not seem to think a unified party leads to that outcome.