Reason’s Nick Gillespie makes an interesting case but I don’t buy it.
A powerful Congressman successfully pressured a media giant to pull content. We should be worried.
The President of the United States and the most-talked-about freshman Representative in ages could not be more different.
Nancy Pelosi is tired of Democrats voting to please their constituents.
The Texas Congressman has decided to forgo another Senate bid and instead focus his energies elsewhere.
While not subject to filibuster, it’s still subject to Presidential veto.
The populist Democrat won’t be hosting fundraising dinners. Until the general election campaign, at least.
Kevin Drum uses some clever sleight-of-hand to demonstrate a hard truth about the human condition.
Breathless coverage of this freshman Congressman is getting tiresome.
A bipartisan group of foreign policy luminaries says there is no factual basis for President Trump’s claim.
Now that women are allowed into all combat roles, the rationale for excluding them from Selective Service has evaporated.
Grammar and spelling errors abound at all but a handful of news sites.
An interesting plot twist in the Goodloe Sutton saga.
And I’d still prefer her to Donald Trump.
The 83-year-old is taking time off finishing his LBJ quintilogy to write his memoirs. Is that selfish?
Literally no current candidate for President has a net favorable opinion rating.
It turns out, The Duke wasn’t all that woke.
Ku Klux Klan jokes, fake lynchings, and the like were routinely depicted even at places like Cornell.
Justice Clarence Thomas argues that a 55-year-old precedent should be overturned.
The end of racism may have been prematurely declared.
Gender bias is real. Most examples cited, though, aren’t.
A confidential agreement has ended a collusion suit filed against the National Football League in 2017.
The former #2 official at the FBI is trying to sell a book.
Is 50 percent too high a take? Or the best deal in town?
The former Attorney General is seriously pondering a presidential bid. Seriously.
Critics on both the Left and the Right rightly see an injustice here but the US Supreme Court allowed it to happen.
It’s reasonable and just to adjust our outrage based on the context of the time when incidents occurred.
A man somehow got elected governor without being very good at politics.
All three of the Commonwealth’s statewide elected officers are the subject of scandal.
Virgnia’s governor has to resign. But not because of some 35-year-old photos.
AT&T’s acquisition of DirecTV and TimeWarner is forcing price hikes that are driving customers away at a rapid clip.
Gender bias in student evaluations of college professors diminishes considerably by changing the scale.
The President is an ignoramus and a blowhard and a petulant child but he’s operating within the Constitutional limits of his office.
Is benefitting politically from romantic liaisons different than other relationships?
Pensions and health care costs for the elderly are crowding out other vital spending.
The Speaker was dealt a winning hand and played it with the skill of a seasoned pro. But the outcome was all but inevitable.
Wearing Donald Trump’s famous campaign symbol creates a presumption of ill intent. Is that fair?
In both cases, appeals to emotion are not diminished by disregard for accuracy.
The longer video and deeper investigation of the incident reveals a very different story.