Insubordination and Impeachment
The widespread executive branch practice of ignoring Trump's statements—or treating them as merely advisory—has saved him from potentially dire political consequences
Don’t Let Impeachment Dominate Politics
It is surely ironic for the authors of a book about impeachment to warn about the risks of too much focus on impeachment. But that's what we do in our latest Atlantic essay.
To Save Democracy
Introducing a symposium on our new book, 'To End A Presidency: The Power of Impeachment.'
Why Impeachment Must Remain A Priority
The appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller must not lead progressives to put the thought of impeaching President Trump on a back-burner.
A Texan Attack on Sanctuary Cities
Sanctuary cities now face another threat much closer to home: their own state governments. And it will come as no surprise that the Lone Star State has led the way in seeking to shut down local efforts at protecting the dignity of undocumented migrants.
Loyalty and Disloyalty in Trump’s America
The ugly history of loyalty oaths lies along a road on which Trump's "Loyalty Day" proclamation takes a frightening first step, one wrapped in a false version of the American flag.
Presidential Bad Faith
If the President cannot be trusted to “take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed,” then that obligation falls on “We the People."