What does it take to be remembered?
Instead of seeking to understand the long simmering race relations in Detroit , white Detroiters decided to make African Americans in the Motor City pay
Peer with Burt Likko into his Constitutional crystal ball, and you shall see a vision of a veritable hurricane of voter registration litigation, of a sort yet unseen in American legal history.
Everything you think you know is backwards.
Don’t say you don’t know what Western civilization means!
Taking a look at the inclusion of tort reform in Trump’s budget proposal and the impact it could have on Americans’ health.
Oregon is cracking down on loose scheduling.
Comity, good faith, and bi-partisanship are at an end. How should the Democratic Party conduct itself after Trump?
But take heart, the future of government health-care is almost certainly more generous than its present.
Democrats have always been more powerful as a party when their coalition is broad and inclusive of a large slate of conservative leaning red and purple state Democrats. Building such a coalition is getting harder, but it is still the only way forward.
I daresay these are the most explosive congressional hearings since Anita Hill’s testimoy.
Much to gain; little to lose
Guest author Kate Haverson has done the unthinkable.
Don’t say goodbye, because he hasn’t really left.
It’s not often, but sometimes the South is right and the rest of the country is wrong.
Federal lands are back in the news as a new regime in Washington pursues their agenda on public spaces.
It’s past time for conservatives to ensure that no American has to worry about health care coverage because in the end we are our brother’s (and sister’s) keeper.
A look at the trials and tribulations of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
As I watch the Trump Administration deteriorate into the political equivalent of the Fyre Festival, my thoughts naturally turn to Machiavelli.
Kansas had a special election on Tuesday. The Republican won, the Democrat came close. What does this mean with regards to 2018?
Today in America. Just like yesterday in America.
The framework explains a lot, doesn’t it?
A suggestion for a better way to handle the upcoming filibuster of Neil Gorsuch than discarding the consensus-building filibuster rule.
If you’re a lady, Mike Pence won’t have lunch with you. (Alone.)
The countdown to the House of Representative’s effort to “repeal and replace” Obamacare is ticking into its final moments.
American conservatives should consider the example of Robert Peel in trying to figure out the way forward.
Can a responsible citizen refuse to take a side?
Sciencing elections may be a dead end.
Would a female Donald Trump still be Donald Trump?
Perhaps it’s not civic laziness after all
It’s time for progressives to pull up their big boy pants and save American democracy.
Is it possible to avoid the pitfalls of partnership in love and politics?
A very quick run-through of the February 9, 2017 decision in State of Washington v. Trump.
Milo’s claim that he is a defender of free speech is undeserved and college Republicans need to stop supporting it.
Reflections on Mr. Trump’s (apparent) policy of prioritizing Christian refugees.