The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump moves into full gear in the United States Senate. The first clash between Democrats and Republicans in the Senate will likely be over whether witnesses who were not part of the House impeachment hearings will be heard during the trial. Impeachment trials aren't common. We'll discuss what to expect. We will preview the trial with two Ohio scholars versed in politics and the law. Later, we will reminisce about the Golden Age of Cleveland children's TV shows and meet the author of "Color Me Father" to discuss black fatherhood.
Jonathan Entin, Professor Emeritus of Law and Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Case Western Reserve University
Robert Alexander, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Founding Director, Institute for Civics and Public Policy, Ohio Northern University
Lawrence Drake II, Ph.D., Author, "Color Him Father"
Mike Olszewski, Co-author, "From Captain Penny to Superhost: Tales from the Golden Age of Cleveland Children's Television, 1950s to 1970s"