I remember the impeachment of President Clinton in 1998. I had just started law school. I was basically a supporter of the President’s political agenda—I had voted for him twice. And I did not like what I saw as the overreach of the Independent Counsel, Ken Starr. Starr had been appointed to investigate the Whitewater scandal, and yet at the end of the day the main point of the articles of impeachment was that the President had lied under oath about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky. And yet I was persuaded that the impeachment, no matter how tacky, tawdry, politically motivated, and inappropriate, was right. Lying under oath—perjury—is a serious crime, after all. We can’t have a perjurer as president. This is America!