The left-right divide is worse than it has been in decades, and we’re paying the price.
Rumors are circulating again that the House GOP may make an immigration reform pitch before the midterm elections.
Republicans are winning with voters on the issues they say they care the most about.
Some polls aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on.
If conservatives actually believed what they said they do, they would be much more open to immigrants, and immigration reform.
The junior Senator from Florida drops some hints.
Rick Perry continues to hint at another Presidential run.
The GOP “establishment” keeps beating back challenges.
Many Republicans won’t like Jeb Bush’s recent comments about illegal immigration, but he’s right.
Top Republican donors are starting to look at the former Governor of Florida as their candidate in 2016.
Yes, the evidence shows you can trust Obama to enforce immigration laws.
Kevin Faulconer proves that Republicans can win in California, but not if they follow the path laid out by the party’s far right wing.
Don’t expect much out of Congress for the rest of 2014, or for the two years after that either.
John Boehner explains quite succinctly why nothing big is getting done in Congress.
The House GOP leadership’s principles are a good start, but it’s unclear if they can make it past the anti “amnesty” crowd that seems to dominate the GOP.
The President’s sixth State Of The Union Address was fairly low-key.
Tonight, the American political system stops to engage in the biggest waste of time ever invented.
An excellent argument for immigration reform can be found in the case of one Californian named Sergio Garcia.
Has Speaker Boehner breathed new life into immigration reform in the House? Maybe.
For a year that seemed to start out so well, 2013 has been among the President’s worst of this five years he’s been in office.
David Brooks thinks that the problem with American Government is that the Presidency isn’t strong enough.
Gun control has faded as a political issue as the memory of Newtown has faded, and that was entirely predictable.
The Tea Party hit another new polling low, but that really shouldn’t be much of a surprise.
A budget deal has been reached, now it has to get through both Chambers of Congress.
Republican hardliners are pushing a position on immigration that is completely out of sync with the nation as a whole.
Guess what’s coming to the dinner table.
Could Congress actually pass some form of immigration reform before the midterms? Don’t bet on it just yet.
It’s no wonder there’s no compromise in Congress.
The prospect of Congressional action on immigration before the midterms just got a whole lot less likely.
Immigration reform may be the next big battle on Capitol Hill, but it’s going to be far different from the one that just concluded.
Much like the Tea Party, David Frum wants to make the GOP tent smaller.
The GOP’s approval numbers have fallen like a stone, but it’s unclear whether this will matter in 2014.
Would conservatives learn a lesson if they got everything they wanted in 2016?
Unfortunately, our immigration debate is just plain dumb.
Congress isn’t spending much time in Washington these days but that’s only one of the reasons it isn’t accomplishing very much.
Conservatives are doing what the criticized JournoList for doing—even though JournoList didn’t.
Lindsey Graham is playing cynical political games with a dangerous part of the world.
Republicans aren’t happy with their leadership. The reason why is also the reason why Republicans are in trouble politically.
There are many fallacies contained within the GOP’s insistence that immigration reform must begin and end with “border security.”
David Brooks warns that failing to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill “could be a tragedy for the country and political suicide for Republicans.”