Chief Executive Exit

Whether they quite intended to or not, the Framers made it extraordinarily hard to remove a president. Yet our political culture makes it harder still by conjuring up specters of wounded democracy and constitutional collapse.
The Weekly Standard

David Frum: The Wrong Man

Imagine a book-length broadside against Barack Obama that whipsaws from the illegal war in Libya to the fashion crime of the infamous tan suit.
American Conservative

Americans Should Impeach Presidents More Often

We've made only three serious attempts in our entire constitutional history. Given how many bastards and clowns we've been saddled with over the years, shouldn't we manage the feat more than once a century?

Impeachment Is Not a Coup

In our 228-year constitutional history, only two presidents have been impeached. Would the Framers have considered that too many impeachments – or too few?
U.S. News & World Report (Online)