What we can Learn from Past Impeachments

History; however, shows the impeaching party benefits at the ballot box. The Republicans; for example, won the four presidential elections that followed 1868. For the record, those elections were 1868, 1872, 1876, and 1880.

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Why is Andrew Yang Going Mainstream?

Notably, Yang rivals Trump in his ability to harvest voter data. That ability could be critical in 2019. Hence, some in the establishment are wondering if Yang could beat Trump?

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A Few Things you Need to Know about America’s First Constitutional Convention

Unlike later generations, the founders were constantly rewriting the Constitution. Hence, one can argue the Founders did not want the Constitution to be permanent.

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The Media’s new Scapegoats for Trump: Facebook and Zuckerberg

However, Facebook’s manipulation of voters; like Russiagate, is gospel in the Democratic Establishment. Hence, we will get a year; or more, of increasingly nonsensical Democratic attacks on fellow Democrat Zuckerberg and his company.

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Paradigm Shifts in American Political History

If American politics are undergoing a paradigm shift, past upheavals can show us how that disruption could turn out.

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America’s Crazy Centrists and Moderate Extremists

I think Hillary is doing us all a favor by showing America how nutty and irrational the centrists have become. In fact, I think centrists like Clinton have lost touch with reality.

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Why Impeachment Scares Me

All the investigation will do is turn more Americans against Congress. If the House finds for impeachment, Trump supporters will cry conspiracy. If the House rules against Trump impeachment, Trump haters will cry conspiracy.

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The Pundit Class’s Knives Come out for Andrew Yang

Hence, the pundits do not understand ordinary Americans or their fears. Yang, however does and is touching a nerve.

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Sorry Christians, Politicians cannot Protect You

Given American history, a betrayal of Christians by Republicans for political reasons is likely. Notably, the Republicans betrayed African Americans twice; first in 1877, and again in 1964.

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