Neither the Democrats nor the Republicans truly represent most Americans. Fixing that is exceedingly unlikely.
The flurry of news around the new variant is dizzying.
The Democrats are apparently selling their omnibus spending package the wrong way.
Despite a rising groundswell of support, the obvious solution to our crisis has not been implemented.
It’s seemingly just a matter of time before recreational use is allowed throughout the United States.
Thinking about unsupported narratives and a little bit about data usage.
The Party of Lincoln went over the cliff like lemmings in support. It’s tough to see how they recover.
Congress forgot to disestablish a Creek Reservation created by treaty in 1833 and 1856 when it made Oklahoma a state in 1909.
The President is desperate and unwell and the press is making no bones about it.
As the President becomes less popular, there are signs he’s losing support from his co-partisans in Congress.
A newly filed lawsuit seeks to blunt expected efforts in 2020 to “ratify” the Equal Rights Amendment even though it effectively died nearly 40 years ago.
South Dakota launched a new ad campaign to deal with its methamphetamine crisis. They missed the mark.
Starting at 8:30 a.m. this morning, the eyes and ears of Washington and much of the nation will be focus on one thing, the testimony of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Rural Americans are much less likely to go to college than their urban counterparts. Is there a solution?
Texas has become the latest state to eliminate red-light cameras amid increasing evidence that they are largely counterproductive.
As it has in so many other areas, the right has sacrificed it’s previously held beliefs on international trade to feckless obedience toward President Trump.
Congress appears to be near a deal on border security and government funding, but it’s unclear if the President will be on board.
New York State seems likely to join the list of states where marijuana has been legalized sometime next year.
The Trump Administration’s war on so-called “Sanctuary Cities” suffers yet another defeat in Court.
One month before voters in several states head to the polls to vote on legalization referendums, a new poll shows that public support for legalization remains at record high levels.
Voter turnout in primary elections in 2018 was significantly above normal levels. especially in Democratic races.
A look at the numbers behind the influx of women into electoral politics this year.
Former President Obama took on his successor in his first major political speeches since leaving office.
A Federal Appeals Court has found that a Trump Administration policy purporting to punish so-called sanctuary cities is unconstitutional.
A Federal Judge in California has largely rejected a Trump Administration challenge to a series of new laws in California designed to protect so-called “sanctuary cities.”
Overruling precedent dating back 51 years, the Court has ruled that states can require businesses that sell to residents within their state collect and remit appropriate sales taxes.
With two more weeks to go, there are plenty of “big” cases still awaiting the release of a decision.
Another Federal Judge has held that the Trump Administration’s efforts to punish so-called ‘sanctuary cities’ violates both Federal law and the Constitution.
With one month to go in its term, there’s still a lot on the Supreme Court’s plate.
A big win for Federalism and common sense at the Supreme Court.
Republicans are planning on pushing judicial nominees through the Senate in case they lose control in November. Meanwhile, the possibility of a Supreme Court vacancy raises the stakes.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down a Trump Administration Order that purported to punish so-called ‘sanctuary cities.’
Republicans on Capitol Hill and in positions of power are slavishly backing their President over their country. They should be ashamed.
The Supreme Court heard argument yesterday on the issue of whether online sellers can be required to collect sales taxes, and the status of the issue remains as confused as ever.
It’s Day Two of the Federal Government shutdown and there are few signs of a quick resolution.