The Good News: 1) The current climate accord already signed by the U.S. does not expire until Fall 2019, so at most there would only be a one year gap in programs already in place to mitigate global warming. 2) Mayors of many major U.S. cities, including some in Texas (a red state), have already agreed to continue energy policies designed to comply with our current commitments on mitigating global warming. 3) Bloomberg media has pledged substantial financial support to international signatories to offset the loss of U.S. financial committment to the existing global warming mitigation program. The Better News: Articles of impeachment are being drafted and will possibly rid us all of this roadblock to energy policies that make sense. So far the strongest charge on the list is obstruction of justice by attempting to derail an investigation into his administration's collusion with a hostile foreign power amounting to treason against the government of the United States. The only question that really remains is how to leverage this charge for maximum GOP benefit to be derived by distancing themselves and their politics from those of Donald Trump. I encourage them all to take full advantage, but of course I am a democrat. Comey evidently will testify this week against Trump on these charges. Trump has said he wants Comey to be "honest", but as we all know, Trump seems to be challenged in terms of that particular word. The man (Trump) wouldn't know honesty if it put on jack boots and kicked his worthless behind all the way down PA avenue. And it looks as though it might go down just like that. Of all the bad presidents of any political persuasion that have been impeached, he wins hands down as the one who most richly deserves it, in every sense of the word. Impeachment does not necessarily mean removal from office, but this president is at least deserving of the sternest possible warning that he is not totally in charge. He was not elected a king, or a supreme totalitarian dictator. One of the things that once made America great was what the greatest generation of Americans did in WWII for the benefit of its own citizens and the rest of the world. What Trump has put at risk just outside of his first 100 days in office is the perception of the rest of the world that America will ever be great while he is in charge. Collusion of his administration with the likes of Vladimir Putin only makes it worse.