The Robespierres in the House of Representatives are driving American politics in a predictably horrible direction.
Because sometimes the comment box is just too small.
The lines aren’t everything, but they need more attention than they get.
We used to (usually) know the results on Election Night because the outcomes were clearer.
A generic attack ad that’s cringeworthy in the specific.
The most popular television product is running out of room to expand.
Mary Peltola’s election was a milestone for America’s First Peoples.
A new meme started by Republican leaders is mostly false.
The Speaker’s trip was reckless, needlessly escalating an already tense situation.
What should conservatives who can’t support the party of Trump do?
Assuming they had the votes, should Democrats carve out yet another exception?
Republicans killed their parents and demanding mercy for being orphaned.
Yet another reminder of the pathologies of American institutions.
The most expansive firearms legislation in decades is likely to become law.
Ezra Klein discusses the dynamics of American conservatism in historical perspective. Plus, he helps illustrate a key problem that we have in thinking about American politics (IMHO).
More on primaries with a foray into Madison and the general politics of power-seekers and incentives.
Our representation problems are far, far more about structure than they are about the messaging of the parties.
New Mexico Senator Ben Ray Luján is hospitalized with a stroke.
The court wisely deferred to Congress in setting its own rules.
Counting is not necessarily as straightforward as it may seem.
We’re likely to see more instances like the Capitol Riot and the Kyle Rittenhouse shootings.
Voters are suppose to choose elected officials, not the other way around.
The liberal media is giving all their attention to the tax and spend Democrats!
It hasn’t changed in over 100 years (but the population sure has).