Politics

Filibuster Reform Lies in the Voters

Asking today’s federal courts to restore democracy is like asking the Taliban to restore religious freedom.

Letting the Right People Vote

It's not about race; it's about power.

Bye Bye Johnny Edwards

The travesty and tragedy of a promising populist

Are the Winds Shifting Towards Wisconsin Democrats?

Recall activists still have a clear shot at unseating Scott Walker.

The Insane Scenario Unfolding Before Our Eyes

"The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president."

A Gun to the Debt-Ceiling Fight

John Boehner is once again threatening to wreck the economy. The president should use the Fourteenth Amendment to stop him.

Mitt Romney's Howard Dean Strategy

Using style, not substance, to secure the base.

Sad Billionaires are Sad

Ultra-wealthy donors are shocked that people would disagree with them.

Mad Men's Shark Week

This season hasn't lived up to our reviewer's high expectations.

Mitt Romney's Personal Is Not Political

The lessons he hasn't learned.

Oh, the Humanity!

The May jobs report is an unmitigated disaster.

1st Circuit Rules DOMA Unconstitutional

And the fact that Republican judges wrote the opinion augurs well for future repeal on the Supreme Court-level.

How to Save the Internet—Again

Online organizing helped stop SOPA and PIPA, but how much staying power does the internet freedom movement have?

Working the Refs Continues to Work

The "liberal bias" complaint never gets old.

How the Attack on Massachusetts Could Backfire

The dangers of attacking Mitt Romney's tenure as governor.

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