When you’re through with High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton, you just may find yourself ordering more copies – for your own senators.
What makes us so brash? This is the first popular primer on the subject of impeachment since we can’t remember when, and the first reasoned argument (constitutionally and historically) on why William Jefferson Clinton has been committing impeachable offenses since 1993. Even more important, Miss Coulter demonstrates, beyond a doubt, why the Senate had to bring Clinton to trial.
What is impeachment? The standards for impeachment? You may be in for a surprise. And judging by congressional pussyfooting, so will the Hill folk.
But Miss Coulter, the tough political reporter for Human Events, sets the record straight: “Though it will come as a shock to people who acquire their legal knowledge from TV pundits, the phrase ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ [the constitutional grounds for impeachment] has nothing to do with criminal law. The ‘somewhat startling’ proposition that high crimes and misdemeanors need not be crimes at all is, nonetheless, an indisputable fact demonstrated by the ‘great preponderance of authority.'” Clinton: Guilty as charged?
Some key points:
Clinton is playing America – and Hill Republicans – like a fiddle.
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