Four highly-qualified (and two less-qualified) women ran and lost in 2020.
She lost in both of her home states. She shouldn’t be embarrassed.
The final delegate count may well be skewed.
The Vermont Senator is a better politician than most give him credit for.
Is the Sanders-Warren position too extreme for the general election?
Thus far, the full(ish) release provides plenty of juicy details but no real revelations.
Andrew Sullivan wonders, “Will there always be an England?”
The 44th President will make as for a one-hour speech as his old annual salary. Should we worry about that?
Judging 2016 by historical standards hasn’t worked out well thus far.
The GOP field is now down to five.
Will the President back track on his promise of further action on immigration if the GOP wins the Senate?
Ezra Klein has put out a teaser of the project that he left WaPo to pursue.
TheTransportation Security Administration is expanding its purview to train stations and sporting events.
John McCain is taking a break from advocating yet another war in the Middle East to make war against cable television companies.
Matt Yglesias has a smart push-back against the lamentations of the decline of journalism.
Does America deserve a day off today because we all stayed up late overindulging?
Welcome to the latest crazy scheme to avoid reality.
Ross Douthat says American women should stop being decadent and have more babies, explaining that raising children is easier than it used to be, so there’s really no excuse for women to be so selfish.
Days after “Friday Night Lights” author Buzz Bissinger endorsed Mitt Romney, the writer and producer of the acclaimed television spin-off is accusing the campaign of plagiarizing the show’s catchphrase.
If the GOP wins in November, there will be very few actual barriers in the way if they really want to repeal the PPACA.
This morning’s unexpected death of Andrew Breitbart, the conservative muckraker, has sadly if unsurprisingly brought out a wave of nasty commentary.
Is the presumptive Republican nominee too handsome, too rich, and too pompous to win the hearts of ordinary Americans?
A progressive columnist has been outed as having sympathies for the Democratic Party.
A cute protest sign based on a blog quip has created a minor internet sensation.
Damage from starting one’s career during a recession can persist over one’s entire working life.
Many Americans die from preventable dental disease because they can’t afford care.
Matthew Yglesias resurrects an argument that should have died off when Napster disappeared.
Either a bunch of bloggers or one of the world’s smartest economists doesn’t understand economics.
Do people who take advantage of tax breaks get a “government benefit”?
A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.
44 Republican Senators have already pledged to filibuster John Bryson’s nomination as Commerce secretary.