Letter to the Editor: CliffsNotes on how we reached this point

People keep asking how did “we” end up here with a failed impeachment of a problematic president with no recourse. Here’s the CliffsNotes: Meet Grover Norquist and Club for Growth (google it). The Club for Growth raises money as a nonprofit. Then the Club helps elect our public officials with the money they raise IF […]

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Letter to the editor: System of government on trial in the Senate

History will record that Donald Trump was impeached. Will it also record that he received a fair trial in the Senate? Have we become irreparably partisan and corrupt, blind to the truth, serving a politician rather than the nation? Isn’t that treason, a betrayal of our country just as much as anything of which Trump […]

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Letter to the editor: Will the Senate be on the correct side of history? Martha McSally has an obligation to be a non-bias juror in the Impeachment Trial of the President. Her response to a very pertinent question by Manu Raju of CNN about the recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) decision that the withholding of […]

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Letter to the editor: CNN asked Senator McSally the wrong question

Earlier (Friday, Jan. 17) Manu Raju – a CNN reporter – asked Senator McSally whether the Senate should consider new evidence for the impeachment trial. McSally answered: “You’re a liberal hack!” Yes, we understand, McSally is on edge. And there is a simple reason for McSally’s brisk response: She took Raju’s question as a personal, […]

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Letter to the editor: An open letter to Senator McSally

Dear Senator McSally, Your service to our country is highly honorable. Despite enduring sexual assaults in school and undoubtedly discrimination in the U.S. Air Force, you rose to the rank of Colonel. You have fought for women’s rights and other needed changes. And you know right from wrong. Soon, the Senate will convene in the […]

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Another Day in Gaslit Nation

Reposted from “Letters from an American,” historian Heather Cox Richardson This entire day felt like an exercise in gas lighting. From this morning’s statement by the president to the announcement tonight that Vice President Mike Pence has indefinitely postponed a Monday speech on Iran policy, we seem to be operating in a fog. While we […]

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Facts You Need to Know As We Move to the Senate Trial

Compelled by our duty to Constitution and country, the House impeached President Donald Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The Senate must now do its duty and conduct a fair trial. These are the key facts you need to remember about Trump's misconduct: pic.twitter.com/JgXv5IUnwK — Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) January 6, 2020

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Letter to the Editor: An open letter to Senator McSally

The House is doing the right thing by impeaching Donald Trump for his abuse of power and obstruction of justice related to coercing foreign influence on our election. I come from a rally at Flagstaff City Hall where citizens came out in the freezing cold to express our outrage with the abuses carried out by […]

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Schumer Request for Fair Trial Denied

This past weekend, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer sent this letter to Majority Leader McConnell (click to read full letter): This morning, McConnell rejected the call for the four key witnesses. Over the weekend, he admitted to coordinating with the White House on trial planning, saying he’s  “taking my cues” from Trump. The American people […]

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Judiciary Committee: Grounds for Impeachment

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee issued this 658-page report laying out the grounds for impeachment of the President.

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