Thinking about wildfires and electoral politics.
A party-line vote may scuttle mail-in voting in a crucial swing state.
A game wherein one team has to score more points to win than does the other.
What is more concerning, speculation and war games, or the words of POTUS?
Our screwy electoral system requires thinking about screwy scenarios.
The one-time wunderkind, blogging pioneer, and same-sex marriage champion is now on the outs.
Yet more flouting of the rule of law by the Trump administration.
The official campaign to oust Donald Trump is off to a good start.
Institutional reform is necessary, but we can’t accomplish much in the face of tribalism.
The American political system is broken but it’s not fair to blame that on its architects.
The convergence of design flaws in the constitution and a flawed leader have brought us to brink of an electoral crisis.
Portland may be a preview of what’s to come.
Another way in which the Framer’s really didn’t understand what they were creating.
It creates a veto gate that they are almost guaranteed to control when they need it.
Some incredibly thin reporting about a story that is almost certainly made up.
How to translate understandable frustration at injustice into tangible reform?
The evidence is clear. Injustice feeds rage and rage sometimes boils over.
This is more about structural conditions than it is about the GOP.
A disgraced governor is signing a wave of progressive legislation
An irrelevant judicial order is being enforced for no apparent reason.
Orban has used Covid-19 to kill whatever vestiges of democracy remained.
96 percent of the delegates have yet to be awarded. How can the race be down to two?
A discussion of what #NeverTrump means, on Sanders v. Trump, and some about the philosophy of voting.