Tonight, while hanging out with friends, I had the opportunity to give my position on the Clinton impeachment, a position I have held to since the incident and despite my eventual changes in political party, etc. (I supported the impeachment and removal for reasons long time readers of this blog have heard before).
Reflecting on my standard speech after I returned home, I realized that this fascinating moment in American political life requires some reflective thought now that it is receding further into history and that the various complications and issues of that case help us to reflect on other issues that have arisen in the past decade (I also believe George W. Bush committed impeachable offenses, for instance).
So, if my resolve holds, I plan on entering into a series of blogpost on this moment in American life and explore my thoughts now many years later. So, if I get the chance, tomorrow I'll rehearse that standard view I've had since the late 90's. And then go from there.