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Monday News: “Plummeting insect numbers ‘threaten collapse of nature'”; “Anti-Trump fires...

by Lowell Here are a few national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Monday, February 11.  Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature'...

Saturday News: “Audible gasps as Matthew Whitaker clashes with chairman”; National...

by Lowell Here are a few national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Saturday, February 9.  Trump says Kim summit will be in...

Are the Democrats Up to the Trump Task at Hand?

In some important ways, the Democrats are approaching this upcoming impeachment process properly. Because not enough of the American people can yet see the...

Why Impeachment Will Be a Must, and a Political Winner, Regardless...

I hope the Democrats in the House are clear-eyed about this: the time will surely come for impeachment hearings. (Not instead of doing all...

How Should a Nation Deal with an Illegitimate Election?

Preamble: I listened to a panel of some of the usual MSNBC legal experts discussing the question of how much threat to President Trump either...

The American People Are the Jury

This piece is running in newspapers in my very red district (VA-06). ********************* The one Manafort juror to go public, Paula Duncan, was a strong supporter...

How the Removal of Donald Trump from Office Has Become More...

Four main ingredients go into this stew: 1) The combined revelations of the Woodward book and the anonymous op/ed seem to have had an impact....

Mueller Needs Far More Vigorous Support

It may not be an exaggeration to say that the fate of American democracy depends upon the Mueller investigation. (There are plausible scenarios that...

Laurence Tribe’s Surprisingly Lame Arguments Against Impeachment (Part II)

In the first part of this piece, published here several days ago, I argued that the brilliant Harvard legal scholar, Laurence Tribe, has made...

Laurence Tribe’s Surprisingly Lame Arguments Against Impeachment (Part I)

I've always had a very high regard for Laurence Tribe, Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard University. Some years back, I was hoping that...