by Ken Sehested
By now you may have noticed the odd coincidence of 6 January  being the date of Epiphany and of Congress’ ritual of announcing the results of the Electoral College’s presidential election tally.
The latter is usually perfunctory, pro forma, pomp and ceremony. Not this time, given Republican representatives’ and senators’ announced intention to challenge the states’ votes. (Strange how a party committed to states’ rights could so easily shed that principle.) Read more ›