Martin Longman is the web editor of the Washington Monthly.
He is also the founder Progress Pond where you can find all his writing. Before joining the Monthly, Martin was a county coordinator for ACORN/Project Vote and a political consultant. He has a degree in philosophy from Western Michigan University.
The Senate majority leader wants to win an acquittal for Trump, but also keep him minimally viable as the Republican’s 2020 presidential nominee.
With two week to go, there are four candidates who could carry the first contest without it defying expectations or significantly shaking up the race.
The president produces an assembly of morally compromised and disgraced attorneys to defend him in the impeachment trial.
Before Bill Clinton was impeached for lying under oath and obstructing an investigation into his personal infidelity, he was pursued for six years on more serious matters. The Whitewater investigation accused him of corruption during his time as the governor of Arkansas. Troopergate accused him of using state police officers to help him arrange secret… Read more »
A report released by the Government Accountability Office finds that the Trump administration impermissibly withheld congressionally appropriated funds from Ukraine for “a policy reason.”