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Mike's Blog Round Up

Too late to impeach?  The Sideshow revisits a Clinton-era commentary by a legal scholar who argued that a president could be impeached even after his

Too late to impeach?  The Sideshow revisits a Clinton-era commentary by a legal scholar who argued that a president could be impeached even after his term expired - "and disqualified from holding further federal office."

Gin and Tacos: A history of the pardon, or the long, slow slide from "scrupulousness and caution" to "weakness [and] connivance."  (Plus: a history lesson for Tony Snow.)

Scott Ritter:  The politically-motivated shutdown of UNMOVIC, the agency tasked with finding Iraqi WMD's, could mean a "farewell to arms control."

Washington Babylon interviews Joost Hiltermann on the unintended consequences of U.S. support for Saddam during the Iran-Iraq war.

No More Mister Nice Blog on George Will: Does "colorblindness" equal "amnesia"?

Pam's House Blend:  Although Marriott board member Mitt Romney has been criticized for his hands-off stance re: hotel-room porn, many evangelicals are reluctant to cast the first stone.

Guest blogger Simbaud is still recuperating from his brief flirtation with Independence.  Send your links, both pithy and pissy, to Simbaud AT gmail DOT com. 

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