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If Reich Is Correct

The first clause of Section 2 of Article II of the United States Constitution concludes with the following words: “… he [the president] shall have powers to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases of impeachment.” Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich wrote a piece entitled If Impeached by the House, Trump is Literally Unpardonable for Newsweek on December 2nd. Juxtapose those and you have the basis of a very interesting article. Let’s explore.     Continue reading If Reich Is Correct


I just added The Common Good by Robert Reich to the Recommended Reading List.  This effort by current Cal-Berkley professor and former Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton may be just a tad Pollyannaish but it is nonetheless hopeful and correct.   Reich asks people to set aside greed and self-interest instead to focus on what is good for us as a collective America.

SPECIAL NOTICE – Recommended Reading Addition

I just added Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few  by Robert Reich to the Recommended Reading list.   Bill Clinton’s former Secretary of Labor and current University of California at Berkley professor Reich gives the best analysis of the free market I have ever heard or read.  The book actually dispels the existence of a true free market.  It also gives significant insight into why many Americans feel they have been left behind and is thought provoking as to what the future may hold.