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How to Impeach a President

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Beginning today, you can go to to learn about a "National Teach-In" on impeachment organized by the Center for Constitutional Rights and Melville House, launching nationwide on July 19 in cities and towns across the country.

Why Didn't More Democrats Oppose Hayden?

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ANSWER: Not Enough Primary Challenges

Pelosi Says 'Our Caucus Will Decide'

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Tim Russert relentlessly grilled Nancy Pelosi to find out if House Democrats would impeach Bush if they win a majority in November. Pelosi did her best to downplay the possibility, but clearly stated the decision will be made by the Democratic Caucus. That makes it essential to elect as many pro-impeachment Democrats as possible! So please contribute to ImpeachPAC using the box at the top right.

Democrats pledge probes of Bush, not impeachment

Impeachment Radio on Wednesday May 3rd

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Listen here to the Peter B. Collins Show on Wednesday, May 3rd, for David Swanson of AfterDowningStreet at 3:30 p.m. PT, Paul Koretz, California Assembly Member and author of impeachment resolution at 4:00 p.m. PT, and Larisa Alexandrovna of at 4:30 p.m. PT.

Paying a Visit to Hastert

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Watch video of delivery of Vermont Impeachment Resolutions to Speaker Dennis Hastert's office on May 1, 2006, Film By Chris Belcher:

Chili Peppers Call for Impeachment

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Impeach Him! Chili Peppers Take Dubya To Task

Red Hot Chili Peppers bass player Flea has taken a pretty hefty swipe at George W. Bush, calling for him to be impeached.

Neil Young's "Impeach the President" Due April 28

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Young's 'War' Marching Online First

Neil Young's newly recorded protest album "Living With War," including a song calling for the impeachment of President Bush, will be posted for free Internet streaming next week. Starting April 28, fans can log onto Young's Web site and listen to the 10-track set, according to Reprise spokesperson Bill Bentley.

Cincinnati Post "Journalism" Is a Joke

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Today's Cincinnati Post has an article about impeachment, and it's a joke.

Chabot: Impeach talk a joke

Washington Post FINALLY Polls on Censure and Impeachment

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Nearly a year ago, and our allies started asking the Washington Post and other corporate media outlets to include impeachment in their regular polls. After repeatedly and snidely dismissing our requests, the Washington Post FINALLY included questions on impeachment and censure in their latest poll.

Wall Street Journal Reports on ImpeachPAC

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Today the Wall Street Journal broke the Corporate Media taboo on ImpeachPAC. The article is generally fair, but ignores the main distinction between the impeachments of Clinton and Bush - only a rightwing minority of 26% wanted to impeach Clinton, while a mainstream majority of 52%-53% wants to impeach Bush. And the polls on Bush's impeachment were taken before the Dubai deal and the Katrina tapes, which have pushed Bush's disapproval ratings up to 60%.

Impeachment issue hangs on accountability

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Yale Daily News
Monday, February 27, 2006
Impeachment issue hangs on accountability


The following is a case for impeaching the president and the vice president. I hope people will talk about this issue seriously and tell their representatives to support the resolutions introduced by Rep. John Conyers calling for an investigation of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney to determine whether Articles of Impeachment should be introduced.

Events in Charlottesville, Virginia

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Total Recall: End the War, Impeach Bush & Cheney
Events in Charlottesville, Virginia

Town Hall Forum on the War in Iraq
Monday, March 13, 7 - 10 p.m. McLeod Auditorium, University of Virginia, school of nursing.
FEATURING: Two mothers who have lost children in the war, one American, one Iraqi;

Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski, retired from Office of the Secretary of Defense on Near East South Asia Policy,outspoken critic of the Pentagon's pre-war propaganda development.

Ray McGovern, veteran Army officer and retired 27-year CIA analyst, Co-Founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, witness at Congressional hearings on Downing Street Minutes.

Gael Murphy, Cofounder of CODE PINK Women for Peace, member of the Board of Directors of the International Occupation Watch Center, steering committee of United for Peace and Justice.

David Swanson, Cofounder of After Downing Street, Board member of Progressive Democrats of America, Washington Director of and Impeach PAC.

Students to Petition for Bush's Impeachment

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By Dana Olsen -

One of UCSB's newest student organizations wants to impeach President George W. Bush for ordering, without judicial warrants, the placement of wiretaps on the phones of American citizens.

Fox News Analyst Calls for Impeaching Bush

Impeachment in the News watches FOX so we don't have to (hooray!!). Here's an excellent report from Judy:

Fox News tried Saturday (February 4, 2006) to get Wall Street to come to the rescue of the Bush Administration and protect it from any political fallout for spying on Americans without warrants, but the effort failed when a Democratic analyst called for George Bush to be impeached for violating the law.

Maxine Waters Says Bush's Spying Is Impeachable Offense

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Here's a short audio clip from the Alternative State of the Union event hosted by the Progressive Caucus, the Nation Magazine, and the Institute for Policy Studies. The only voice you'll hear will be that of Congresswoman Maxine Waters, speaking about Bush, and saying:

ImpeachPAC Attacked by Oxycontin Anal-Cyst Limbaugh!

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Great news! The Oxycontin-popping, anal-cyst-draft-dodging, jail-destined Blowhard-in-Chief attacked ImpeachPAC today!

Listen to Al Gore on Monday in DC

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Get tickets to Al Gore's speech in DC on Monday, Jan 16th.

And bring these signs!

And if you can't get tickets, show up anyway, at 11:30 a.m. at Constitution Hall, 1776 D St NW.

And if you can't bring signs, we'll give you one!

Americans Support Impeaching Bush for Wiretapping

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For Release: January 16, 2006

New Zogby Poll Shows Majority of Americans Support Impeaching Bush for Wiretapping

By a margin of 52% to 43%, Americans want Congress to consider impeaching President Bush if he wiretapped American citizens without a judge's approval, according to a new poll commissioned by, a grassroots coalition that supports a Congressional investigation of President Bush's decision to invade Iraq in 2003.

The poll was conducted by Zogby International, the highly-regarded non-partisan polling company. The poll interviewed 1,216 U.S. adults from January 9-12.

Most Popular Idea at Last Weekend's Out of Iraq Events? Impeachment.

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By David Swanson

A long list of peace organizations put together over 150 town hall forums last Saturday on the topic of getting out of Iraq. Reports, and audio and video, from dozens of these events have been posted at What I gather from reviewing the reports, and from the two events I attended, is that the most popular topic was not the horrors of war or any legislation to end it, but the demand to impeach President Bush and Vice President Cheney.

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