Politics

Purpose-Driven Partisanship

Rick Warren, Republican

Putting a Limit on Justice

Why the Supreme Court needs term limits

Washington, We Have a Revenue Problem

Why taxes have to go up—by a lot

Washington, We Have a Revenue Problem

Why taxes have to go up—by a lot

Mission Accomplished for Top Corporations

Today's Balance Sheet

Don't Worry about the Super PACs

In the presidential election at least, money from the pro-Romney American Crossroads won't be a game changer.

Judicial Review Doesn't Mean What You Think It Means

An imaginary letter from Attorney General Eric Holder to Judge Jerry Smith of the Fifth Circuit

The Struggles of the War Correspondent

It takes a certain kind of person.

Bait and Convert

The GOP primaries focused heavily on religion, but don't expect this trend to carry over into the general election.

Who Is the Nate Silver of the 2012 Race?

Is it Josh Putnam at Frontloading Headquarters?

What Contempt for Democracy Looks Like

Republicans in Michigan take it to a new level.

Sorry Republicans, Mitt Romney Is Just as Weak as He Looks

At best, the former Massachusetts governor is an adequate nominee for the presidency.

Some Actual Corporate Accountability

Turns out it isn't so hard.

Romney Tries to Master His Problem With Women

The presidential candidate agrees with Obama that Augusta should allow women members.

David Brooks to the Rescue!

The New York Times columnist comes to the defense of congressman Paul Ryan.

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