Anarchist Movement and Education
Writing for Salon.com, Gary Kamiya pondered how George W. Bush, in light of his administration’s incessant abuses of power, has avoided impeachment. Bush’s “problems go far beyond Iraq,” Kamiya writes. “His administration has been dogged by one massive scandal after the other, from the Katrina debacle, to Bush’s approval of illegal wiretapping and torture, to his unparalleled use of ‘signing statements’ to disobey laws that he disagrees with, to the outrageous Gonzales and U.S. attorneys affair” (Kamiya, 2007). So, why hasn’t he been impeached?