Grading Trump’s first year, with an assist from sabermetrics.
Author: Dan Scotto
The Trumpian worldview in full effect.
Virginia may well be a blue state now. But the GOP should press the panic button either way.
Towards a shorter MLB game.
There’s been a stunning lack of candor about the staying power of the ACA.
Conservatives continue to deal with the death of fusionism and the challenge of figuring out what comes next.
What does it take to be remembered?
Some modest suggestions to revive moribund symphonies and orchestras.
American conservatives should consider the example of Robert Peel in trying to figure out the way forward.
The answers were staring at us in country music all along.
Hillary Clinton is not going to be president. Democratic electors need to accept this if they believe that extraordinary measures within the Electoral College are justified.
Ted Cruz’s role was more indirect than that of his rivals. But he could have done more.
John Kasich ran a vanity campaign that never really began. He was the last opponent to drop out.
Jeb gave it the old college try, with $100 million.
Marco Rubio had a really good shot at the prize.
Trump was never inevitable.
Reince Priebus defends himself.
Public opinion is a wonderful regulator of governments, but only when circumscribed by well-constructed institutions.
Sam Columbia had a couple of doctor’s appointments.
Republicans need to challenge the implicit frame of the coverage of their nominating process.