6 Big Moments From Day 1 of the Second Round of Impeachment Hearings

 
 
Dec 05, 2019
 

Good morning from Washington, the setting for lectures in constitutional law from four professors as Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee grab the impeachment baton. We round up the main points. The U.S. can't allow China to go unchecked, Rep. Jim Banks writes. Georgia is sending a new senator to D.C., and she's got game. Plus: Chick-fil-A's sad cave to the left's smears, and when the FBI goes bad. On this date in 1933, votes by Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Utah ensure ratification of the 21st Amendment, which repeals Prohibition after 14 years.

 
 
 
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By Fred Lucas

"This president has attacked each of the Constitution's safeguards against establishing a monarchy in this country," says one law professor.
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By Victor Davis Hanson

One symptom of a society in crisis is the unreliability or even corruption of its own auditors.
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By Rep. Jim Banks

The U.S. is the only country standing between China and the rest of the world. We have a responsibility to alleviate the damage Beijing has done to Hong Kong. But our greater responsibility is to prevent the rest of the world from suffering their same fate.
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By Kay Coles James

If a giant like Chick-fil-A can succumb to anti-religious pressure, then it can happen anywhere. And the activists now know it.
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By Virginia Allen

Bethany Bomberger is the author of a new pro-life book for kids. As someone who became pregnant outside marriage, she's passionate about being pro-life, recalling the moment she realized the ultrasound of her 6-week-old daughter was revealing her beating heart.
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By Jason Hopkins

"I'm a life-long conservative, pro-Second Amendment, pro-Trump, pro-military, and pro-wall," says Kelly Loeffler.
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By Virginia Allen

When we're talking ... about the transgender issues and education, you have to realize that you can bring those subjects up in any area. It can be taught in history, it can be taught during reading time," says Lydia Gutierrez, a second- grade teacher.
 
     
 
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