Chris Hedges: The Death Of The US Constitution

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

RT America on Apr 4, 2020

On the show this week, Chris Hedges talks to Constitutional scholar, Bruce Fein, about the death of the US Constitution.

Ralph Nader, with Constitutional scholars, Louis Fisher and Bruce Fein, wrote to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, on November 22 urging her to focus on 12 Articles of Impeachment President Donald Trump had allegedly violated during his administration. Among them: flouting the emoluments clause, expanding presidential wars, and spending billions of dollars on projects not appropriated by the US Congress.

From the archives:

William I. Robinson: The Impeachment Battle Is Really A Battle For Dominance Within The US Ruling Class, Part II

Chris Hedges: This Isn’t A Trial By Any Stretch Of The Imagination–It’s A Political Farce + Hedges: It’s Very Dangerous Because First It’s Julian Assange And Then It’s The Rest Of Us

Impeachment: What Lies Beneath? by Jim Kavanagh

Defeat or Impeach? The (Il)Logic of Impeachment by Jim Kavanagh + David Swanson: Are Dems Barking Up The Wrong Tree On Impeachment?

Chris Hedges and Paul Street: The Problem is Not Trump. It is a Political System Dominated by Corporate Power and The Mandarins of the Two Major Political Parties

8 thoughts on “Chris Hedges: The Death Of The US Constitution

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  5. Capitalism and Democracy are incompatible unless Capitalism is heavily and rigorously regulated and restrained. Constitutions can be (re)written to be compatible with Capitalism or any other thing with which the writers want to be compatible.

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