Politics

The GOP's Next Internal Debate

Could Jeb Bush be the leader of the party in 2016?

Wisconsin Recall: A Conservative Case for Election Day Registration

For years now, Republicans have pushed for more barriers to voting, with the implication that voting access will benefit Democrats. So how did the Republicans win Wisconsin's high-turnout recall?

The Press Is Unfair to Everybody

Or at least that's what everybody thinks.

Are You a Carrie or a Lily?

How the Obama campaign is selling women short

California Tries Something New

The state redrew its districts to help elect more moderates, but all it's likely to do is make the state even more blue.

FineGaffeGate!

It's the most important thing that ever happened! Or maybe it isn't.

Racist Searches and Drug Arrests Fine With New York GOP

The governor is proposing decriminalizing the public possession of small amounts of marijuana, but don't expect the legislation to get past state Republicans.

What's the Deal With All These Voting Restrictions?

Understand the new crop of voter ID laws? Neither did we. Here's an explainer to help you through all the details. 

Structurally Flawed

A face-off over the legality of Israeli settlement has left Benjamin Netanyahu weaker.

Joe Scarborough and the Hostile Media Effect

He's got his impressions, but that's not the same thing as facts.

The Union Fight You Might Not Have Been Watching

Maine Governor Paul LePage has been waging war on the state's unions.

The Ongoing Triumph of Radical Individualism

We're all on our own, and we're all out for ourselves.

How the Gay-Rights Movement Won

Linda Hirshman's new book tries to uncover how the LGBT movement accomplished so much in such a short span of time.

The Sixties at 50

Half a century later, the battles of the 1960s--and the effects of one great wrong turn by liberals of that time--are still with us.

Why "Outside Money" Isn't Something to Get Angry About

Inside, outside it's all pretty much the same.

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