The inevitable response to announcements by the big box stores that they would not sell guns to those under 21 has arrived.
No wonder they wrote it in secret and want to move quickly to a vote…
Great Britain heads to the polls in less than a week, and it remains unclear just what’s going to happen.
If recent polling is to be believed, the bid for Scottish independence is going to go down in flames.
Want to teach political science for a living? Go to one of a handful of top schools or don’t bother.
How Obama can have a 75 percent chance of winning an election despite being essentially tied in the polls:
A Reserve Specialist who endorsed Ron Paul’s presidential candidacy in uniform will only be reprimanded, not court martialed.
The popular notion that the United States military is monolithically Republican is mistaken.
For the most part, all those plans the candidates release are barely worth the paper they’re written on.
A political science-y response to the question of whether the system is broken.
Would it be unconstitutional for Congress to extend Mueller’s term?
Did we have a free market in health care prior to the passage of PPACA? No.
While it is true, as Jacob Sullum puts it, On Drug Policy, Mexico’s President Has a Bigger Vocabulary Than Ours, it is also true as the headline at Gancho puts it he has Problems with the Legalization Debate (specifically in terms of popular opinion in Mexico).
Teaching college is a lot more work than outsiders think — although probably not as much work as professors think.