For decades, Chicago has held its elections in February precisely because it is cold, often snowy, and hard to get to the polls
The State Senate are trying to require a presidential candidate to release five years’ of tax returns in exchange for a place on the New Jersey ballot
They don’t appreciate that the political crisis could come sooner than the economic one
Serious charges need serious proof. Simple fairness demands it. But McCabe presents none
As Dan Coats’s stock is plummeting, Mueller’s could be rising with the mercurial commander-in-chief
Where Bush 41 exemplified the virtues of WASP statesmanship, Weld embodies its vices
It’s the Sanders party now. How can the Democratic establishment stop him this time?
And it’s hurting him
He could be the last chance to put the stark, raving liberal genie back in the bottle
Robert Mueller is recommending a hefty sentence
Coulter may not ‘decide policy’, but does she command the base?
Beware the suffocating metastasis of the administrative state
John E. Brownlee was a leader of the Red Shirts who terrorized black people in the Reconstruction Era
Name recognition and star power split the 2020 field
Foreign policy might be the only sphere in which Trump can try to bolster his sagging ratings
The former Texas congressman ticks a lot of the right wrong boxes
But can it help avoid another government shutdown?
You’re getting a reasonable, good faith opponent, not a political ally
The Minnesota congresswoman cluelessly trots out anti-Semitic tropes
Money talks in American politics – of course some of it is from the Israel lobby
If Trump continues to break his promises through a second term, the Hawaii congresswoman would be well poised to pick up the pieces
Trump is divisive. He splits his opposition perfectly
The Georgia Democrat looked eminently sensible
It was essentially a recitation of his greatest hits