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The Atlantic: Investigate Him

By Mary McCord Legal director at the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection Much of the discussion right now about how to hold President Donald Trump accountable for his role in the attack on the Capitol last week is focused on impeachment and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment. But criminal accountability is another option, and a criminal…
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January 13, 2021
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Newsweek: A Path to Reform: Make McConnell a Teammate

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TupJZsoGuMI By Tom Rogers and Susan Del Percio While no one could have imagined the abuses our governing system would be forced to endure under the Trump presidency, we did learn where our constitutional and governing norms were vulnerable. The reforms necessary to strengthen and protect our system will require substantial public support, yet it…
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December 24, 2020
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Just Security: Navigating a Contested Election, the Electoral Count Act and 12th Amendment: How to Ensure a Fully Counted Outcome

This article was conceived well prior to its publication date of October 7, 2020. It has been made available to political leaders, but was held back from general distribution in deference to a concern that it might discourage the vote or give a patina of legitimacy to the disruptive tactics discussed. Regrettably, the conduct of…
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November 20, 2020
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CBS News’ Weekend Roundup with Alison Keyes

We begin with the Covid-19 pandemic as the daily number of new coronavirus cases passes the 150-thousand mark for the first time. CBS's David Begnaud with more. CBS News Medical Contributor Dr. David Agus joins Allison to speak about exciting Covid-19 medical advances this week, including a new vaccine from Pfizer the company says is…
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November 13, 2020
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Gary Hart: The Cure at Troy

By Gary Hart Seamus Heaney, Nobel Prize poet laureate, and late-in-life classicist, translated a play by Sophocles entitled Philoctetes.  He called it The Cure at Troy. It is the story of a Greek warrior en route to Troy to join his countrymen in their epic siege at Troy.  Their ship stopped at a small island…
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November 3, 2020
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The Bulwark: Voter Suppression and Civic Vice

By Gary Hart Though too many Americans cannot define a republic, even while saluting “the flag for which it stands,” much continues to be written about Benjamin Franklin’s ominous warning when he was asked about the results of the Constitutional Convention: “A republic . . . if you can keep it.” From republican Rome onward,…
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October 31, 2020