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        PublishersJudicial Watch
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        LC Classifications1998
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        Paginationxvi, 77 p. :
        Number of Pages51
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        ISBN 10nodata
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In 1797, the House of Representatives impeached Senator of Tennessee. Proc 92-59 for public interest law firms. Heard's private plane caught fire, but he was able to make it back to his airport and rent another plane to continue his journey. In support of this conclusion, respondent notes that Dorsey reported that when her supervisor assigned her to conduct the Judicial Watch audit, "he told [her] that Judicial Watch's founder, Larry Klayman, had filed suit against the IRS over the Service's decision to audit another tax exempt organization.

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and that many of us have left comments for him, or comments about the impeachment situation. One of the most active participants in those debates, Alexander Hamilton, argued that that involved abuse or violation of the public trust. Specifically, the letter questions the political nature of Judicial Watch's activities asking, "By what stretch of the imagination can anyone solicit tax exempt donations supposedly to be used to bring a politically motivated law suit?

Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, 1996. However, Lewinsky hoped to return to work at the White House and, in 1998, signed an affidavit denying the affair about which she had previously confided to Tripp. In that Constitution, the President does not serve at the will of Congress, but as the directly elected, solitary head of the executive branch.

However, the attempt failed when a federal appeals court ruled the lawsuit could proceed while Clinton was still in office. Leonia, New Jersey: Lois Morrison, 1998. It wasn't just canceled, the issue was literally stopped in the trucks on the way to the stores and sent back.

In these cases, however, the harm caused by the alleged constitutional violations amounted to the illegal assessment or collection of taxes, which could be cured, at least for the most part, by refund suits and other similar statutory remedies.

At best, it seems a debatable prudential argument for not exercising the power of impeachment even where it applies; it is not an argument limiting the scope of the constitutional power itself.