Philip Rotner

Foreign Policy

Biden and The Generals: Turning Good Policy Into Bad Politics

In a brutally candid hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday, two of America’s top military leaders testified…

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2020 Presidential Election

The Failed Game Plan for Overthrowing the 2020 Vote

John C. Eastman, one of the lawyers who advised President Donald Trump in his attempt to overturn the 2020 election,…

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2020 Presidential Election

The War Against Far-Right Extremists

Donald Trump may be out of the Oval Office, but the right-wing extremists he enabled and incited to violence on…

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2020 Presidential Election

The Case for the Senate to Convict Trump in Impeachment II

On January 13, 2021, the House of Representatives impeached President Donald Trump for the second time. As of the date…

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2020 Presidential Election

Congress Can’t – Not Just Won’t, CAN’T – Overturn the Election

There is less than meet’s the eye in Trump’s anticipated last stand in Congress on January 6, 2021.    This…

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2020 Presidential Election

The Case to Prosecute Trump After He Leaves Office

Should President Trump be prosecuted for crimes after he leaves office? There is no single overarching answer to this question.…

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2020 Presidential Election

The Constitution Can’t Protect U.S. Democracy From Trump

Ever since the day Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, the conventional wisdom has…

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2020 Presidential Election

“Defund The Police” Means Re-Elect Trump

Is “defund the police” the dumbest political slogan ever? Until somebody comes up with “abolish the fire department,” it’s a…

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2020 Presidential Election

Trump’s Dukakis Moment

In an attempt to portray himself as something he wasn’t, the Democratic nominee for the 1988 presidential election, Michael Dukakis,…

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Courts and Law

Decoding Barr’s Threat to State Coronavirus Orders

Attorney General William Barr has warned state and local authorities not to go “too far” with their coronavirus-related restrictions.  Barr…

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