A children's story on printed on cloth using waterbased non toxic inks. Washable. Episode 1 Arriving Spring 2020.
"Do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump, president of the United States, now pending, you will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws, so help you God?"
Call witnesses McConnell, now that you have taken an oath to be impartial.
"Here’s how this might play out: McConnell would introduce the organizing resolution and seek to pass it with 51 votes. If efforts to amend the resolution are unsuccessful, a Democratic senator would then make a point of order on the basis that 67 votes are required. And it would then be up to Roberts to rule on the point of order—presumably with the advice of the Senate parliamentarian, who will be at his side throughout the trial."
Margaret Taylor, LawFare.
Republicans for the Rule of Law.
“Another reform in the American Constitution is the exploding of all oaths of personality. The oath of allegiance to America is to the nation only. The putting of any individual as a figure for a Nation is improper." Thomas Paine, The Rights of Man.
"The upside down U.S. flag is an official signal of distress. It is not meant to be, and is not officially recognized as any type of disrespect when so displayed for the right reasons."
Story and screenplay by John Steinbeck. Narrated by Burgess Meridith. Music by Hans Eisler. Conducted by Jascha Horenstein. Photography by Alexander Hackensmid. Directed and Produced by Herbert Kline. Pan-American Films. Public Domain.