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The Impeachment Drumbeat: Bill Moyers

Another in a series on the growing drumbeat for impeachment, here Bill Moyers takes up the question in this (5:08) clip from his program which aired on PBS Friday, July 13, 2007 at 9 p.m.:

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This week, Bill Moyers Journal takes an in-depth look at the heated talk of impeachment taking place across the country. To explore the issue, Bill Moyers is joined by Bruce Fein, a constitutional scholar, who was Associate Deputy Attorney General under President Reagan and is a weekly columnist for THE WASHINGTON TIMES and John Nichols, a Washington correspondent for THE NATION magazine and author of THE GENIUS OF IMPEACHMENT: The Founders' Cure for Royalism.

Will the Congress that Bruce Fein describes as 'invertebrate' find the will to stand up and move forward on the impeachment of Bush and/or Cheney?


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Comments (1)

bryanD:

Excellent post. I would go on and on about Bruce Fein, but I just finished mocking Surber's man-crush on Fred one thread over, so...


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