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Excluding the crimes of Treason and Bribery, the impeachment of a president for “other high Crimes and Misdemeanors,” would be a political act by Congress.


Donald Trump in the presidency is a problem. The best political solution is not turning him into a martyr for the right by impeaching him; but turning him into a lame duck, letting his term end. It has only 1 ½ years to go.


In the meantime, the House should inform the American people about the nature of this presidency. It is not useful to get into an emotional food fight, which is to battle him on his own ground. It would be much more effective to block and manage around him, while developing a real choice on how to proceed into the future. There is a great challenge ahead.

We think these are the most relevant articles concerning the effects of rapid change and market volatility upon societies:

1. Most Recent: The Dimensions of Climate Change

2. What to Do  (rev.)    Testing The Reasons,                           Footnote 12a

3.  Climate Change and the Economy                                       Additional Comment +

4. Adam Smith and the Modern World n.b.                                                                                                                

5. Values and Society n.b.                                                             Footnote 17

6. How Liberal Societies Decide                                                  Addenda (i-v)

7. The Contours of Change  n.b.

8. The Limitations of Very Limited Government

9. Reason, Economic Growth and Government

10.  Reason in the Modern World

11. The Necessity of Social Consensus 

12. The Effect of Broad Economic Forces on U.S. Workers  

13. The Effects of Automation on Work and Politics 

14. Modern Economics and Growth

15.The French Revolution of 1789 and the Precondition for Effective Change

16.The Nature of Stock Market Equilibrium


We hope these continuing discussions and articles will be helpful to you.