On Feb. 10th, Jeremy Scahill, author of Dirty Wars, was a guest on MSNBC, where he not only called for Congressional investigation of these "extra-judicial" killings, but took a well-deserved swipe at "corporate media." Listen to the interview via MSNBC:
For all of his candor, Scahill did not use the "I" word. There is no provision in the Constitution for the killing of an American suspected of collaboration with an enemy of the United States without due process, and it can be argued that the assassination of Anwar al Alwaki was an impeachable offense. Of course this won't happen because virtually the entire establishment, Republican and Democrat, puts national security over the Constitution.
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It is ironic to be now making the case that President Obama should be impeached in The Glenn Beck Review, a blog that was established, in part, to expose Glenn Beck's lies about and race-baiting toward the President. While this controversy is bubbling, Glenn Beck is focused, instead, on a more conventional, right-wing theme: people should not have health care insurance unless they work hard for it. One can only guess why Glenn Beck stopped opposing the unconstitutional murder of Americans when he's been so anxious to see the President impeached.
For a summary about Glenn Beck, see "Becoming Paul Revere"
For a Mormon criticism of Mr. Beck, see "Rough Stone Soaring"
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