But it doesn’t even look like a football.
This is kind of a surprise. I really thought he’d head back to Chicago.
This, to me, is how “fact-checking” ought to work. A complicated case is explained instead of scored with pinocchios.
Marsha Gessen looks at the difficult decision that civil servants need to make. I do hope they stick around, we might need them. But I understand he might make that nigh-impossible.
Jamelle Bouie suggests that the path forward for Democrats may have been laid by none other than Jesse Jackson.
Frustrating as it may sound, Natalie Jackson is right: Neither party has a winning coalition.
In April, Thomas Berry tried to make a case for presidential-election runoffs. I have one concern and one objection. The concern is the degree to it would add more patchwork to our system. The objection is ever changing an electoral method during an election year. That said, FPTP is terrible and will always be terrible, whether as part of an electoral college or a national popular vote.
But… uhhhh… Evita is great.