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  • General (Vallely): Americans must confront Obama's tyranny ('It is time to recall the reprobates...)

    12/17/2013 6:11:46 PM PST · by Perseverando · 23 replies
    WND ^ | December 17, 2013 | Bob Unruh
    Impeachment isn’t really a solution to America’s woes under President Obama, as Vice President Joe Biden and Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett are waiting in the shadows, according to a prominent critic of Washington. No one really wants to consider a revolution, either. So what is the nation to do to save itself from the “tyrannical centralized rule” developing under Obama? A vote of no confidence, according to the founder of Stand Up America, an organization that provides education resources for leaders and activists based on the values of the Founding Fathers. “Clearly America has lost confidence and no longer trusts...
  • Bush critics get an unimpeachable forum

    07/26/2008 5:21:17 AM PDT · by equaviator · 55 replies · 203+ views
    WASHINGTON (Map, News) - Call it the un-impeachment hearing. The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing Friday it insisted was not about removing President Bush from office. But critics of Bush's policies couldn't pass up the chance to charge the president with a long list of impeachable "high crimes and misdemeanors." Leading the way was Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, the former Democratic presidential candidate who has brought repeated impeachment resolutions on the House floor against Bush and Vice President Cheney. Kucinich got a rock star welcome of whistles, hoots and clapping as he walked into the hearing room, holding hands...
  • Boarding The Impeachment Train

    06/24/2008 11:29:42 AM PDT · by William Tell 2 · 7 replies · 49+ views
    The Bulletin ^ | 06/24/2008 | Michael P. Tremoglie
    Five years to the day that President Bush appointed him press secretary, Scott McClellan testified at a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee to tell what he knew about the Bush administration's efforts to go to war in Iraq and about the leaking of the name of CIA operative Valerie Plame to the news media - all of which he revealed in his recently published book. However, what this hearing actually revealed were two things unintended by the committee's chairman, John Conyers (D-Mich.). First, it revealed more about what Mr. McClellan does not know than what he does know. Mr....
  • Jack Cafferty Ponders 'Why Won’t Congress Consider Impeaching Pres. Bush?'

    Sounding like an impeachment obsessed left-wing blogger Jack Cafferty asked on "Why won’t Congress consider impeaching Pres. Bush?" Cafferty is not the only cable news personality talking about impeachment. On Tuesday's episode of "Countdown with Keith Olbermann, " the host theorized that perhaps the impeachment trial of Bill Clinton were in some way done to immunize George W. Bush. Here's a partial transcript:
  • Madigan circulating impeachment 'talking points'

    06/10/2008 4:01:49 PM PDT · by Dawnsblood · 7 replies · 106+ views
    The State Journal-Register ^ | 6/10/08 | RYAN KEITH
    House Speaker Michael Madigan is circulating a memo to legislative candidates spelling out how they can discuss whether Gov. Rod Blagojevich should be impeached - with talking points that compare corruption under the governor to a tumor that must be removed. The 14-page rundown of Blagojevich's alleged "misdeeds and malfeasance" is sure to deepen the feud between the two Democrats and lend substance to talk of impeachment. A memo sent to some House Democratic candidates, obtained Tuesday by the Associated Press, offers detailed talking points on the merits of impeachment. "One thing we learned from the (imprisoned former Republican Gov.)...
  • Top Advisor's Role Needs Clarification

    12/27/2007 6:38:50 AM PST · by Ouderkirk · 2 replies · 62+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 12-27-2007 | Kyle-Anne Shiver
    With less than two weeks to go until the kickoff of the Presidential nominating contests in Iowa, now seems to be a good time to raise an issue that has for the most part, been permitted to slip under the radar of our mainstream media. I would not even dare venturing a guess as to why this is so, but it's a nagging issue for me as an American citizen, and I would definitely appreciate an answer to this quite relevant, perhaps even crucial, question for Mrs. Clinton. Exactly, precisely, specifically, down-to-a-t, what would define your husband's access and duties...
  • How Howard Dean Is Winning The Web

    07/06/2003 5:30:45 PM PDT · by jern · 20 replies · 279+ views
    Time ^ | Monday, Jul. 14, 2003 | CHRIS TAYLOR/SAN RAFAEL
    N A T I O N How Dean Is Winning The Web The Democrat's ability to win fans and raise cash online has taken his party by surprise By CHRIS TAYLOR/SAN RAFAEL Monday, Jul. 14, 2003 Howard Dean is hardly what you would call a high-tech guru. The former Vermont Governor, whose trademark look is a blue shirt with rolled-up sleeves, is a mostly gadget-free zone. He does not carry a BlackBerry email pager or tablet PC (he leaves those to his aides). And don't expect to find Dean, 54, surfing the Web for hours at home. "I kind of...
  • Leon Harris

    06/03/2003 9:00:52 AM PDT · by SCHROLL · 4 replies · 235+ views
    CNN (I know, I know) | 6/3/2003 | Leon harris
    Flipping through channels at lunch and ran accross Leon Harris interviewing McCain. Harris proposed that if Bush has lied to get us to attack Iraq it would be worse than either Iran-Contra or Watergate in his opinion. Funny, he neglected to mention Viet Nam where that was actually the case.
  • Hitchens on Blumenthal, Clinton Wars

    05/15/2003 1:48:39 PM PDT · by JmyBryan · 52 replies · 1,768+ views
    The Christopher Hitchens Web ^ | 5/13/02 | Christopher Hitchens
    Christopher Hitchens           I have written a long review of Sidney Blumenthal’s book, “The Clinton Wars”, which will appear in the July issue of the Atlantic Monthly. It is a political review, and if you care enough you will just have to wait for it. I am not willing, and nor was I commissioned, to burden the readers of the Atlantic with a detailed rebuttal of everything in the book that concerns me personally. Even a brief accusation or suggestion against oneself, when made in print, often necessitates a long reply. And Blumenthal’s book is a protracted mood-swing between...