Executive privilege shields presidential advisers from disclosing their communications with a sitting president on matters of state, not whether to call off an armed insurrection.
America is already armed to the teeth. As of 2018, we accounted for less than 5 percent of the world’s population, but over 40 percent of the world’s civilian-owned guns.
I thought that the Jan. 6 committee’s revelations would make former President Trump’s indictment inevitable, even with a timid attorney general like Merrick Garland.
Americans have long taken cheap gas as a foregone conclusion, and have been profligate in its consumption.
There have been unmistakable signs and portents that the inquiry into the events of Jan. 6 may have brought Donald Trump to his “Watergate moment.”
Why has wealth of attention rightfully given to wrongful convictions has not also been awarded to wrongful acquittals?