Impeachment and Second Thoughts

The U.S. Capitol dome in Washington, D.C., December 18, 2019 (Joshua Roberts/Reuters)
Revisiting Faithless Execution and Congress’s “indispensable” power.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE O n impeachment, am I part of the problem? I don’t think so . . . but it’s a fair question. After all, as I’m frequently reminded on Twitter, particularly by people who clearly did not read the book, I am the author of a little 2014 ditty entitled, Faithless Execution — Building the Political Case for Obama’s Impeachment.

I’m proud of the book, but I’ve always had regrets about the subtitle. On books, I strain the brain to come up with a pithy title. Regrettably, subtitles are a staple of the non-fiction biz. I hate them. They attempt to sum up


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