There are days when one wishes that James Madison was still alive—and on Twitter. Today is one of those days. Also, absurd-looking Second Amendment cosplay could be costly in the battle for hearts and minds. And, finally, a confusing transcript leads NPR’s legal affairs correspondent to make an important religious liberty mistake. Today’s French Press:
Yes, of course, Congress should be able to impeach (and remove) presidents who commit even lawful acts with a “corrupt purpose.”
Open carry is almost always rude, and fake-soldier versions of open carry harm the gun rights movement.
No, the Supreme Court won’t force states to spend “billions” on religious schools.