Who should have the final say on the law of the land?
Neither the Democrats nor the Republicans truly represent most Americans. Fixing that is exceedingly unlikely.
Counting is not necessarily as straightforward as it may seem.
Our reactions to recent murder trials tells us a lot about our divided country.
It’s not perfect but it beats our usual approach to picking winners and losers.
He probably lacks the legal authority. And business interests in is state will fight hard against him.
How well do single-seat districts lead to representation? (And of what?)
The annual gathering showed us what the Republican Party would become years ago.
So, it turns out that Fox News wasn’t really all that fair or balanced.
An interesting if frustrating new survey from Cato.
We won’t have whatshisname to kick around any more.
The erstwhile Tea Party Republican is making a run for President.
A discussion of what #NeverTrump means, on Sanders v. Trump, and some about the philosophy of voting.
Democrats who could prove to be vulnerable in 2020 are largely lining up in favor of impeaching the President.
Greg Mankiw, an economist who served as a top adviser to Mitt Romney and George W. Bush, is officially no longer a Republican
The man who sparked the investigation into the President’s illegal conduct has been outed in a futile attempt to discredit it.
It’s not the responsibility of the opposition party to make up for Donald Trump.
The Commission on Presidential Debates has released the schedule and criteria for the General Election debates. As usual, the criteria are heavily biased in favor of the major party candidates.
Contrary to the hopes of some, getting rid of Trump isn’t going to purge the GOP of Trumpism.