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Impeachment

Written by James S. Todd IV, Lecturer in the Department of Politics, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences   The Founders, when they met in Philadelphia, created a system of shared powers and checks and balances in the hope that it would prevent abuse of power. The main fear in those days was […]

Republicans 2016: Where the Race Stands Now

By: Larry J. Sabato, Director, University of Virginia’s Center for Politics,  Kyle Kondik & Geoffrey Skelley Reposted with permission from Sabato’s Crystal Ball Listen to Larry Sabato’s October 31, 2015 More Than the Score lecture here.   The third Republican presidential debate, held in Colorado on Wednesday night, was an odd, disjointed affair. The moderators […]