So let us parse this latest Pete Buttigieg tempest in a teacup out as fairly and objectively as we possibly can, shall we?
Category: American Politics
Staffers have a whole lot of skin in the game, knowledge of what is going on, and a perspective different from their elected employers and the news media that covers them.
Have we seen the last of the months-long prostration of Democratic presidential candidates leading up to the Iowa Caucuses every four years?
The debt limit theater continues, with the Senate passing a temporary extension that left both party leaders under fire from all sides.
That we now have to delineate “clean bills” as an anomaly of legislation that does what it says it is going to do ought to be the clue
Is ballot harvesting a problem? That depends on who you ask, and it is obvious that neither side truly trusts the other on this issue.
After a protracted legal fight and months of media hype, the California recall election of Governor Gavin Newsom ended in a 30 point blowout.
Regardless of your beliefs on abortion or the legitimacy of Roe, you should oppose and be worried by what we’re seeing in Texas
Most Americans can now go back to their default positions on Afghanistan that preceded the Taliban taking the country: indifference.
President Joe Biden made remarks from The White House regarding Tropical Storm Henri and the ongoing Afghanistan evacuations.
Former Trump Administration officials are joining in Afghanistan blame game, and targeting the highly controversial Stephen Miller in particular.