The Necessary, Kabuki-Theater Impeachment

The president of the United States is likely to be impeached today (and may be impeached by the time you read this newsletter), and outside of America’s subculture of political hobbyists, nobody seems to care. It still matters, though, and it’s still important to lay down a marker—even if the nation is replaying 1998, but with the partisan roles reversed. But let’s not focus entirely on the president. Bernie Sanders is surprisingly resilient in the Democratic primary, so it’s time to ask him: Why are so many anti-Semites orbiting his campaign? 

Today’s French Press:

  1. If we hope to maintain any tattered shreds of political dignity, impeach this president.

  1. There are some bad, bad people in the Bernie Sanders camp.

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