President Trump says he doesn’t care if the Senate calls witnesses in his impeachment trial, but gives two intriguing reasons why former National Security Advisor John Bolton would be a bad witness. Should America (or at least American Senators) believe a disgruntled former employee? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our […]
Offered the opportunity to describe the best-case scenario in light of the impeachment of President Donald Trump, Bill Whittle outlines the worst-case scenario as the best we can hope. Is the situation for the country, the Congress and the Constitution that dire? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our Members. Join […]
In the wake of the mono-partisan impeachment of President Donald Trump, you might wonder what’s wrong with the U.S. Constitution that an entire national government can be brought to a standstill, and a country torn apart, to pursue charges that cannot result in conviction. Did the Framers of our governing charter fail to anticipate the […]
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has done every crazy thing but froth at the mouth during the impeachment process. A sane person trying to understand her tactics might conclude that Pelosi has gone wild. Stephen Green leads Scott Ott and Bill Whittle in an effort to make sense of her approach.
While the Beltway crowd and political geeks get lathered about the impeachment of Donald J. Trump, in the vast swath of the country, nobody cares. What if the Democrats threw an impeachment party and no one came?
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard proposed censure instead of impeachment of President Trump. (Failing that, she voted ‘present’ on impeachment.) With the Democrats and Republicans so divided on the question, is it possible that the representatives of half of the country are disingenuous, deceptive, ill-informed, deceived and/or evil?
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans a speedy impeachment trial that rapidly acquits President Donald Trump of the two charges brought by the House. But why even have the trial? If the Republican-controlled Senate took a vote to dismiss the articles of impeachment, the country could move on.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces an impeachment inquiry against President Trump. Bill Whittle thinks she has just handed the president a 2020 election victory. But how does a president under impeachment run a campaign?