Impeachment and the Emoluments Clause

100 Dollar BillsSoon we’ll be hearing more about impeachment using the Constitution’s Emoluments Clause, based on a global real estate empire generating profits, license fees, other payments and loans from foreign governments and their alter ego corporations, common, for example, in Russia and China. At least two lawsuits have been filed so far. Continue reading “Impeachment and the Emoluments Clause”

Removal of the President Under the 25th Amendment

Common Law Writ and Wax SealUnder the 25th Amendment, a sitting president can be removed if “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office,” for example, because of serious illness, by 2/3rd’s votes in the House and Senate. Continue reading “Removal of the President Under the 25th Amendment”