How We Should Think About Impeachment

How We Should Think About Impeachment

By Reginald Oh

In the fierce debate over whether President Donald Trump should be impeached, much of the rhetoric has centered around the criminal nature of his conduct during the 2016 presidential campaign and during his tenure as president. I contend, however, we should think of impeachment less as a process to hold Trump accountable for his crimes, and more of a process to determine if Trump is substantially unfit to be president.
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Attend a Town Hall Meeting & Demand Accountability

Your Action:

Attend a town hall meeting or other event with your Senators and Representative and ask them, “What do you intend to do to hold the President accountable?” 

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What is Nancy Pelosi Thinking?

By Amee Vanderpool

Twitter is a minefield right now. I’m sure this is true across all aspects of social media because friends who use other platforms have told me the same thing; that activists are frothing at the mouth in calling for impeachment. I get it. I’m furious that Donald Trump continues to act like the law doesn’t apply to him and tired of feeling like it actually might not.
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Ask Your MoCs: Have You Read the Mueller Report?

Your Action

Our elected officials shouldn’t be taking the word of a biased Attorney General who was installed by Trump specifically to cover up wrongdoing. Call your Representative and Senators and ask them “Have you read the Mueller Report? What are your principal conclusions?”

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Making a Case for the Middle

By Adrienne Kirschner

Centrists and Moderates face increasing, often aggressive, criticism for not being Left or Right enough. But what if I told you the political middle serves a very different–and essential–function in a healthy democracy?

Our Current Political Landscape

The United States has a two-party system: Democrats and Republicans. It’s misleading at best–our political landscape is much more complicated. Americans hold a wide range of political positions that can’t be sufficiently represented by only two party platforms. This false binary is problematic. Everyone is forced to pick a side, like picking a sports team to cheer on for the big game…Pick your team, back them zealously, win at all costs.
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