The January 6th committee is far from perfect, but still a success for a Democratic Party which needs all of the small victories it can find
Author: Eric Medlin
Biden’s poll numbers remain low, but the solution should be to help the president formulate a plan that will secure him another term in office
Fred Rodell was poised to be the beginning of the end of the Supreme Court’s power and influence in American life
The Supreme Court is likely to enshrine conservative ideas for the next generation. But conservatives need to also be aware of the finite nature of their newfound power.
Boudin’s removal has also touched off a discussion over whether or not Americans should be able to recall their elected officials as well as enact laws by initiatives and referendums
Democrats are wise to focus on the January 6th hearings and their potential salience for voters.
Make no mistake: if Trump runs again in 2024, these doubters will be proven wrong in the primary.
The professionals who dominate the party may not care Joe Biden attends church. But soft partisans and swing voters do care
The rush to proclaim a second civil war is a symptom of ahistorical thinking common in the social media age.
The underlying factor in this transaction is that, compared to most other complex questions in society, politicians are relatively cheap.
The once-unthinkable has finally happened. On Monday, Elon Musk bought Twitter for $43 billion. All predictions that Musk was not serious, that he could not raise the capital, or that he would quickly grow...
Elon Musk is not yet a sworn enemy like Peter Thiel or Charles Koch. He is a builder of electric cars and a man who could do good in the world.
Andrew Yang, as well as the people rightfully criticizing him, should remember this context when they talk about Andrew Johnson.
The online left has achieved extraordinary gains in American society over the past decade.
The case that the invasion of Ukraine is not a historical outlier is essential for present discourse on the topic
The passage of BBB in an election year would make sure that Biden could show Democratic governance means something to its base, which he absolutely needs to turn out in November.
The key to embracing nuclear power is to understand, minimize, and still accept the risks of nuclear accidents
More than likely, the experience of war will supercharge trends and movements that had already been operating at a glacial pace
Democrats have now shifted to a confused strategy of focusing on inflation and pushing Joe Manchin on BBB while mostly abandoning the voting rights push
Many Democrats still oppose redistricting for raw political gain. But Democrats also still hate Republicans