The Senate does have the power to remove members by two-thirds vote under the so-called expulsion clause of the Constitution.
In addition to our staff columnists, The Seattle Times publishes a variety of syndicated columnists, representing a breadth of political thought and perspective. Below are recent syndicated columns published in The Times.
The Republican budget already assumes $4 trillion in cuts to mandatory spending over 10 years, a euphemism for Social Security and Medicare.
Sexual harassment, abuse and assault have nothing to do with attraction or affection; they have to do with power, the need to dominate and the...
While China is run by engineers, Trump doesn’t even have a science adviser.
Be very afraid of Trump legacy in lifetime judicial appointments | Leonard Pitts Jr. / Syndicated columnist
Before Trump named Brett Talley to the federal bench, the American Bar Association hadn’t rated a judicial candidate “not qualified” since 2006. Counting Talley, the...
The House bill doesn’t just raise taxes on many middle-class families: It selectively raises taxes on families with children. In fact, half — half! —...
The vice president is the ultimate corporate tool. The Koch brothers own him. He has called climate change “a myth” and has helped to plant...
Keep in mind that while Trumpism might be walking with a limp, it’s still walking.
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