The impeachment trial lumbers onward, and let us thank due process for making dull what could have been far more acrimonious.
There's a gemstone amid the dross, though -- I have never heard or seen so much mention in mainstream media of the Constitution, the men who drafted it and The Federalist Papers.
The last item on this list (along with and often published with The Anti-Federalist Papers) constitutes a remarkable record of what the Framers (and their critics) thought about the meaning and intent of the Constitution at the time it was devised.
If even a tiny fraction of the people reading or hearing of it are motivated to go look it up, the country will benefit.
This country's Federal government has an operating manual and a considerable body of expert commentary from the men who dreamed it up. It is readily available; it's not a secret, or couched in obscure language. It's out there. So are the counter-arguments.
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