The party is poised to first reward the wrong qualities in its candidates, and then possibly to cut out quality candidates too soon.
The Speaker is correct—impeachment has to be bipartisan. But the lesson of 1974 is that building bipartisan support takes time.
Despite a world-wide boom in travel, ever since our forty-fifth president was elected, tourism to the United States from foreign countries has steadily dropped.
I sat through weeks of impeachment proceedings against Richard Nixon. Forty-plus years later, I see the makings of another case.