It seems that some Americans are relocating to be with people who share their social and cultural views.
The flurry of news around the new variant is dizzying.
Representatives Choosing Their Voters Rather than Vice Versa, Chapter 412.
A series of mismatches mean would-be workers can’t find employment despite an abundance of openings.
Thinking about unsupported narratives and a little bit about data usage.
The Party of Lincoln went over the cliff like lemmings in support. It’s tough to see how they recover.
Trump’s approach from the beginning has been reality-denying. It makes it difficult to take anything the administration proposed seriously.
A bad night for Bloomberg and Warren has radically reshaped the race.
The Democratic victory in Virginia’s legislative elections has revived hopes for advocates of the Equal Rights Amendment, Even if Virginia does become the 38th state to ratify the measure, though, the actual status of the Amendment is exceedingly unclear.
President Trump’s first Supreme Court appointment has joined the liberal bloc on several cases.
Bernie Sanders and other advocates focus on insurance companies and drug companies. But that’s not where the money is.
Are people fleeing blue states to avoid repressive taxes? It depends who you’re asking.
Mandatory vaccination laws raise personal liberty issues that ought to be taken seriously, but in the end, public health concerns weigh heavily in favor of laws mandating vaccination.
Republicans are blindly loyal to this President in a way we have not seen before. They are likely to end up paying a price for that.
The House of Representatives voted yesterday to block the President’s declaration of an “emergency” at the southern border. Now the matter goes to the Senate.
President Trump appears to be backing away from the idea of declaring a national emergency to get his wall built. But the other options he’s considering aren’t much better.
Several states are getting rid of caucuses in favor of primaries, a move that could be to the disadvantage of candidates like Bernie Sanders.
New York State seems likely to join the list of states where marijuana has been legalized sometime next year.
Marijuana is now legal in Canada, and many people are watching the country to see how it adjusts to this change.
One month before voters in several states head to the polls to vote on legalization referendums, a new poll shows that public support for legalization remains at record high levels.
A look at the numbers behind the influx of women into electoral politics this year.
Pending the mere formality of approval by the Governor-General, Canada will soon become the largest nation in the world where recreational use of marijuana is legal.
Earlier this week, the Illinois legislature ratified the Equal Rights Amendment. What’s unclear is if this act has any meaning at all.
Yet more troubling news about the proposed citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
Congress passed a funding bill to avert a shutdown with time to spare early this morning, but now the President is threatening a veto.
Following yesterday’s move by Dick’s Sporting Goods, Walmart has raised the age for all gun sales to 21.
Voters in Maine hand their conservative Governor a setback.
A Nurse in Utah stood up for her patient’s rights, and was harassed by the police for her efforts.
The Supreme Court has accepted the appeal of a Colorado baker in a case that will determine if claims of religious liberty and free expression outweigh the application of generally applicable laws against discrimination.