The House GOP leadership’s principles are a good start, but it’s unclear if they can make it past the anti “amnesty” crowd that seems to dominate the GOP.
A commonly cited statistic in support of the “equal pay” argument does not stand up to scrutiny.
Some good news, but also plenty of reason to worry about the future.
Huckabee resurgent? A new poll makes the case, but it’s far too early to say.
The President’s sixth State Of The Union Address was fairly low-key.
One could argue the constitutional requirements of the SOTU are fulfilled on an onging basis.
Tonight, the American political system stops to engage in the biggest waste of time ever invented.
Marlise Munoz is finally at peace, but the law that kept her hooked up to machines for two months remains on the books.
Rand Paul seems to think a 15 year old scandal is relevant to the 2016 Presidential race.
Ezra Klein has put out a teaser of the project that he left WaPo to pursue.
Two experts debate the topic, demonstrating how little we really know.
Republican leaders continue to say stupid things. They may still retake the Senate in November.
Dinesh D’Souza has been indicted by a federal grand jury for being incredibly stupid.
Conor Friedersdorf turns the oft-asked question on its head.
A man who viewed two photographs of a child abuse victim has been ordered to pay $3.4 million in damages.
Apple is pledging to fix a bug in iOs 7 that I have never experienced and never heard of.
One of the perils of the Internet age is that companies constantly go belly up, leaving their customers in a lurch