Tag Archives: Keith Olbermann
What People quickly understood was that there was no Constitutional mechanism for a do-over. The Founders didn’t think it was necessary to back-stop the Impeachment process with a way of dumping a whole government. Or if they did, it wasn’t expressed in the Constitution. I guess them old white guy slave-owner plutocrats figured if things were in the toilet that badly, we the people would figure out the need for revolt all on our lonesome.
I’ve been working on a project of sorts lately. Undertaken by some progressive liberals I know, the impetus of the project is to find experts in a variety of fields who will assess what they think a Trump presidency will look like (in terms of damage to the US’ international prestige as well as economic and […]
A couple weeks ago, I laid out the case for demanding that Hillary release the transcripts of her speeches to the banks. After all, she is running for the job of being the NOMINEE of the Democratic party in the 2016 election–that means she is seeking Democratic voters’ seal of approval for taking on the […]
I really miss Keith Olbermann, and he surely would be useful in the coming political season. But one of the things I miss from his old show on MSNBC (besides Worst Person in the World) is his continuing count of the days after W Bush announced ‘Mission Accomplished‘ in Iraq. But we don’t have Keith […]