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  • High crimes that might not be crimes

    The Constitution’s parameters for what may justify the impeachment of a president are “Treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.” But what constitutes a “high crime and misdemeanor” is a matter up for debate. While it clearly includes criminal misconduct, when is impeachment the appropriate remedy for something that might be wrong, but not strictly illegal?

    Washington Examiner
  • ‘Is It a Crime to Expose Crimes Already Committed?’

    Katharine Gun Reading Edward Snowden’s new memoir in the midst of the current scandal raging in Washington, the famous Iraq War whistle-blower explains why all whistle-blowers deserve our protection. The post ‘Is It a Crime to Expose Crimes Already Committed?’ appeared first on The Nation.

    The Nation
  • Crime Guy Openly Admits He Wants to Do More Crimes

    Is it just me, or did someone’s face sit under a broiler for too long? Read more

    The Slot
  • And Now We've Reached the Crime Text Phase of Crime Time

    Time to drink a gallon of Diet Dr. Pepper! Read more

    The Slot