Before we draw broad conclusions of the reporting on the report, don’t we need to see the report?
It’s the battleground states that are the issue, not small states v. large states.
Institutions matter. (No, seriously, they really, really matter).
On one level, it is rather amusing; on another is it quite insidious.
Graham is blocking a vote on a non-binding resolution on the Mueller report.
Pew has a new study that confirms our basic understanding of “independents.”
He conjures the imperialist past with such comments (and he doesn’t even use the term correctly).
I missed Friday, so here’s a later entry as the weekend wanes.
The NYT has a useful classification of previous declarations (which does show the odd nature of Trump’s wall declaration).
There is a bit of a disjuncture between the terminology and the reality (but that does not excuse Trump’s current actions).
Having two presidents sounds like a terrible sitcom idea. In reality, the situation is just plain terrible.
Bernie Sanders is likely to run for the Democratic nomination, but it won’t be like 2016.
Don’t expect the Congress (i.e., the Senate) to pull us out of this shutdown mess.
Border states/districts are not as pro-wall as presidential rhetoric might make you think.