[Po1] Sharon Lerner has a profile of EPA Director Scott Pruitt.
[Po1] A deeper look at apocalyptic rhetoric, and the risks it assumes. This is about the actions and attitudes it can spur (false moral clarity, unjustified extreme measures, etc), but there is also the issue of apocalypse fatigue, which I think has played a role in allowing things to reach they point they have in multiple arenas.
[Po3] When it comes to non-competitive congressional elections, the fault may lie not in the stars or gerrymandering but in ourselves.
[Po4] I might lament it becoming more common for executives to enter politics if we weren’t starting from a position so overwhelmingly populated by lawyers.
[Po5] Sometimes I have wondered if Eliot Spitzer got a bit (just a bit) of a raw deal. No, it appears.
[Po6] Jay Cost argues that the presidency is driving us nuts.
[Po7] Chris Beck argues that Trump-hatred is rational, but the hysteria needs to be dialed back because it’s not helping.
[Po8] According to Matthew Gertz, there is more to the feedback loop between Trump and Fox than we even think.