Should Barack Hussein
44th president of the United States,
be impeached for high
crimes and misdemeanors?
It¹s not a question yet being asked or debated in the
Big Media. But
it is a question being addressed by some members of
Congress, by an
increasing number of pundits by activists on the left and
right and for more than one or two alleged
Some of those who have broached the subject include Reps.
Franks, R-Ariz.; Walter Jones, R-N.C.; Trey Radel, R-Fla.;
Stockman; former Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas; former Rep. Dennis
D-Ohio; Fox News¹ Mike Huckabee; former assistant U.S.
Andrew McCarthy; left-leaning investigative reporter Dave
talk-radio host Mark Levin; former House Speaker and
candidate Newt Gingrich; author and columnist Pat Buchanan
Article II, Section 4,
³The President, Vice President and all civil officers
of the United
States, shall be removed from office on impeachment for, and
conviction of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes and
The U.S. House of Representatives has the power to commence
impeachment proceedings. If the House adopts an impeachment
resolution, the U.S. Senate conducts a trial and determines
convict or acquit. If an official is convicted, he or she is
from the position and may be barred from holding office
official may also face criminal prosecution.