No, the Trump impeachment inquiry is not a coup

No, the Trump impeachment inquiry is not a coup

In impeachment inquiries, constitutionally authorized bodies are using constitutionally granted powers, however politically and potentially partisan their effort. By contrast, coup attempts occur when political actors take extra-constitutional actions — most often using guns — to oust a chief executive.
Democrats Are Going to Regret Beto’s Stance on Conservative Churches

Democrats Are Going to Regret Beto’s Stance on Conservative Churches

Our nation’s politicians can choose to make that possibility more or less likely with their rhetoric and policies in the years to come. Threatening the loss of tax exemption to hundreds of thousands of religious organizations, including many that serve the most vulnerable in our society, is not the way to go.
Race, income and voting access

Race, income and voting access

As the U.S. once again prepares for national elections, we hope that voters in the St. Louis region will join with elections administrators in strengthening our democratic processes. On election day, it is critical that we all work to note and report voting process barriers.
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