Politics

Bain Isn't Going Anywhere

Even if most Americans can't recall which company Mitt Romney worked for.

The Return of President Sullivan

U.Va's Board of Visitors reinstates the formerly deposed president.

On "Owning" Health Care

I'm skeptical Republicans will suffer that much.

Tom Corbett's Scary Plan for Pennsylvania Welfare

If his proposal is passed, it will prove a mess for counties to put into place.

A National Right to Vote

Why we need to establish guaranteed access to the ballot booth.

The Army's Bizarre Cover-Up

A general’s blunders may end his career, but won't have much of an impact on Obama's electoral chances.

Lockheed Martin's Creative Lobbying

They know how to play this game.

The Misery of the Romney Spokesperson

It's not easy being vague.

Who’s Sovereign Now?

Antonin Scalia’s double standard for states’ rights

Give Them Papers, Please!

The long-term solution to the federal-state standoff over immigration isn't litigation.

What the SCOTUS Ruling on SB 1070 Means for Other States

While five other states have passed versions of the law, consider that 31 other states have declined to do so.

Memo to Jan Brewer: You Had a Bad Day Monday

Five Justices cut out three lobes on S.B. 1070, and leave one on life support.

Why Perry Stands to Lose the Texas Senate Race, No Matter Who Wins

The governor has gone all in for David Dewhurst against Tea Party candidate Ted Cruz. That means, even if Dewhurst wins, Perry may have further alienated some of his base. 

Court to Super PACs: Full Speed Ahead

As the ship drifts over the campaign-cash falls, the five captains decline a chance to reconsider the course.

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