Counting is not necessarily as straightforward as it may seem.
Two members of the presidential commission reach the conclusion that expansion is needed.
We’re likely to see more instances like the Capitol Riot and the Kyle Rittenhouse shootings.
Look no further than the Georgia GOP primary for governor.
Politicians controlling lines control voters (instead of voters controlling politicians).
Russia’s leader sees the situation in the former Soviet Republic quite differently than the West.
Barbados provides an illustration of a frequently misunderstood concept.
A possible murder plot in Colombia embedded into a problematic multi-decade narrative.
The Biden admin is about to take a demilitarized group off the terrorist list and some people aren’t happy about it.
A woman who declared “Civil War is coming” and “they have to kill me” has asked for and received leniency.
A minor story that illustrates a far bigger problem in our politics.
The reactions to a verdict that were predictable (indeed, predicted) are over the top.
Journalism is terrible except when compared to the alternatives.
Senator Romney and the latest edition of the senatorial pro-filibuster op/ed.
The electoral calendar affects who the electorate is.
A massive investigation into the Capitol riot looks at what came before, during, and after.
Joe Biden has bet his presidency on a caucus that may simply be irreconcilable.
Voters are suppose to choose elected officials, not the other way around.
Doing nothing is still a choice, and the legitimacy crisis is here, like it or not.
Canada has more parties than the US, but still suffers representation problems due to FPTP elections.
Our brains are wired to seek approval but may not be equipped to handle our modern existence.
The Islamic Republic is very close to being able to fuel a single weapon.