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UC Santa Cruz Offering Course on Trump’s ‘Potential Impeachment’

UC Santa Cruz Offering Course on Trump’s ‘Potential Impeachment’

“Trajectories of Justice: Standing Rock, Climate Change, and Trump’s Potential Impeachment”

They’re just tapping into the Trump Derangement Syndrome market. The media has shown it to be lucrative.

Campus Reform reports:

Calif. college offers class on Trump’s ‘potential impeachment’

The University of California-Santa Cruz is currently offering a course on President Donald Trump’s “potential impeachment” with a focus on climate change in regard to “the Native Uprising against the Dakota Access Pipeline” and Trump’s “‘neglect of duty'” with regard to the issue.

“Trajectories of Justice: Standing Rock, Climate Change, and Trump’s Potential Impeachment” (COWL 126) will teach “students to become expert[s] on the potential impeachment of Donald Trump in the context of progressive American history, emphasizing his ‘Neglect of Duty’ regarding global climate change.”

Daniel Sheehan is listed as the course instructor and, according to his personal website, graduated from Harvard Law School and Harvard Divinity School. Sheehan lists “public interest investigations,” “civil discovery,” and “public interest cases” as areas of legal expertise.

The course is being taught “in a progressive historical perspective” and lists several assigned readings detailing the process of impeachment, the Mueller report, climate change, and the efforts of Indigenous peoples’ against pipelines and other environmental impacts, according to Sheehan’s personal website.

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Comments

Trump can be impeached for having a bad toupee. The only question for Leftists is whether they can survive the consequences.

blacksburger | April 5, 2019 at 5:38 pm

What benefit will the students derive from taking this course? I think it very highly unlikely that Trump will be impeached, but even if he is, what useful knowledge will the students carry away from the course?

A student should gain information or understanding that will be useful in the future. I can see the professors enhance their credentials by teaching such a course, But it’s an extreme waste of the students’ time and money.

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