The infuriating fight to authorize spending already-allocated money is back.
A second stash has led to a special counsel and political embarrassment.
The Robespierres in the House of Representatives are driving American politics in a predictably horrible direction.
After 15 votes and innumerable concessions, Kevin McCarthy is nominally in charge of the House of Representatives.
After two days of futility, a deal is coming together to make futility permanent.
The response to extreme rhetoric from Trump is producing the some old responses.
Spoiler alert: the GOP has already failed this test multiple times.
Some of the early reactions to the inevitable announcement tell the tale.
The President delivered a rousing stump speech from Independence Hall.
A bill that was never about the thing it’s called doesn’t do that thing.
A new meme started by Republican leaders is mostly false.
The former President and his supporters are crying “weaponization of the justice system.”
What should conservatives who can’t support the party of Trump do?
Meeting with people who are essentially couplotters should be disqualifying.
What is the right measure of success for the Committee investigating the Capitol riot?
Republicans killed their parents and demanding mercy for being orphaned.
They’re taking their eye off the ball.
An unprecedented manuever in response to unprecedented obstruction.
More on primaries with a foray into Madison and the general politics of power-seekers and incentives.
Mitch McConnell and other senior Republican Senators foolishly believed their colleagues would do the right thing.
Anyone familiar with Betteridge’s law of headlines knows where this is going.
Our representation problems are far, far more about structure than they are about the messaging of the parties.
In their censure of Cheney and Kinzinger the GOP wants to rewrite history.
The court wisely deferred to Congress in setting its own rules.
A number of GOP politicians criticized Trump over 1/6 and some resigned.