Isn't it about time we stopped considering Karl Rove a political genius?
In a Republican primary, everybody has to pretend they just want to fight the power, even more so than being a good Republican partisan.
Conservative outlets are saying organizing workers "destroys diversity," but that's simply not true.
Some politicians merely annoy us, while others we truly despise. What produces the difference?
The movement to raise the minimum wage has been built slowly, and that could be to its great advantage.
The fractures in the GOP aren't just about tactics, they're also about issues.
However horrible Boggs is, the primary villains here, as is so often the case, reside in the World's Worst Deliberative Body.
President Obama could send a strong signal to employers by barring executive-branch agencies from asking about criminal records on job applications.
Why is this the part of southern culture so many people spend so much effort honoring?
Karl Rove suggests she's brain damaged, then pulls back. But just you wait for the ugliness to come.
Nearly all the 2016 GOP contenders are climate deniers. But things aren't so clear in the Republican electorate, and they've changed over time.
Many progressives have argued for a Democratic boycott of the House Select Committee to Investigate Benghazi, but that would be a colossal error.
Too often, journalists talk about this phenomenon as though it were symmetrical, with Republicans and Democrats moving away from the center at roughly the same rate. But that's just not true.
If left-leaning publications value diversity, why don't they have any?
It's hard to convince voters your policies are all about helping the less fortunate if you're simultaneously heaping contempt on them.