• The impeachment illusion

    by Donald A. Ritchie

    What is clear from the record is that politically-motivated impeachments fail. Only in cases where malfeasance has become overwhelmingly obvious to members of both parties in the House will there be any chance of conviction in the Senate, raising the question: is a losing effort worth the trouble?

  • The Senate has lost its way

    by Dov Weinryb Grohsgal

    With Sens. Jeff Flake and Susan Collins’s decision to vote for Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh on Friday, ensuring his confirmation, the case of Clement Haynsworth offers another important comparison.

  • Secrecy in the Senate

    by Katlyn Marie Carter

    To the framers, working in secret was meant to deliver enlightened legislation.