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Elizabeth Holtzman, is a former Congresswoman and Brooklyn District Attorney who was a vital member of the House Judiciary Committee during the impeachment of President Richard Nixon. She is the co-author, with Cynthia Cooper, of The Impeachment of George W. Bush: A Practical Guide for Concerned Citizens.
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(40 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, November 12, 2006
Impeaching Bush to Preserve the Constitution The framers of the constitution of the constitution knew that someday there was going to be a Richard Nixon who was president of the United States and someday there was going to be a George Bush who was going to be president of the United States, and they gave us the power of impeachment to revoke them.
(4 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, February 2, 2008
Judiciary Committee Should Move to Impeach Bush and Cheney Whether or not they bring electoral rewards in 2008, impeachment proceedings are the right thing to do. They will help curb the serious abuses of this administration, and send a strong message to future administrations that no president or vice president is above the law.
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, November 15, 2007
Beyond Mukasey's Confirmation, White House Liability Issues Loom Large Michael Mukasey's evasiveness on the definition of torture has done something historic. It has made it unmistakably clear to mainstream observers that the president may be criminally liable for violating anti-torture laws. Criminal liability of this White House will have wider repercussions than Mr. Mukasey's confirmation. It will reverberate through his tenure as attorney general and beyond the end of the Bush administration.