Republicans hold narrow leads for Governor and Senator but . . . .
Three-and-a-half years and almost 6 million tax dollars have produced nothing.
I warned you all, my predictions are notoriously wrong.
The Senator from Maine once against demonstrates that she shouldn’t be prognosticating about people’s future actions.
Can it overcome demographics and decoupling to sustain its current unprecedented growth?
The ferocity of the global reaction to Putin’s invasion is stunning.
Pundits like Thomas Friedman struggle with premature prognostication.
Two members of the presidential commission reach the conclusion that expansion is needed.
It’s not perfect but it beats our usual approach to picking winners and losers.
The GOP is actually pretty healthy at the moment, despite some public rhetoric to the contrary.
The long shift of population from the Rust Belt to the Sun Belt continues—with the unusual exception of California.
Any “fair” drawing of districts will yield a GOP advantage over time.
The party is unlikely to suffer consequences for its anti-democracy actions.
Revisiting predictions about what would happen if what has happened happened.
Looking back at my predictions about the 2020 Democratic race.
The races are more alike—and yet more different—than we seem to remember.
There’s a very real possibility the legitimacy of the 2020 election will be contested.
Hong Kong voters send a strong message to Beijing, and the world.
After months of anti-government protests, Hong Kong headed to the polls in record number.
The next steps in the impeachment process are relatively easy to predict.
Much like it did during the McCarthy Era, the Republican Party has to decide what side of history it wishes to be on. The right side, or the wrong side.
The House of Commons handed Prime Minister Boris Johnson a huge loss yesterday, throwing the short-term future of Brexit into doubt.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent three weeks of cancer treatment earlier this summer. The second such treatment in a year, and the fourth in the last twenty years.
Beto O’Rourke is once again rejecting the idea of running for Senate instead of President.
The Trump Administration is warning Congress that we will need to raise the debt ceiling by September. Congress should take this as an opportunity to eliminate it entirely.