August 16th may say a lot about the future of democracy in the United States.
It’s when Wyoming republicans will have to decide whether they applaud and support the courage of Liz Cheney, the Republican Vice Chairperson of the US congressional committee, very publicly examining the events leading up to the riots and attack on the US Capitol on January 6th or whether she must pay the political price for following her convictions in the face of her party’s enduring fealty to Donald Trump and lose her seat in the US Congress as a result.
Even though some . . .