We may have just reached a tipping point on Medicaid expansion.
Even though a federal judge ruled Texas's new voting law to be an unconstitutional poll tax, the high court said it must remain in effect for the coming midterm elections.
It's not about ideological content, it's about a sensibility.
As Mitt Romney showed, you can be infected with the Obamacare virus and win the GOP nomination, so long as you perform the proper cleansing rites.
Imagine if we thought that way about the things that actually kill Americans every year.
Rand Paul says he can win a third of the African-American vote. Who's the real target of his effort?
Republicans seem to have decided that fear is the wagon they can ride to victory in next month's election.
A new study shows that "defensive medicine" isn't driving costs.
You want to feel afraid? Here are some things to be afraid of.
If only we didn't act like politicians could solve every problem.
Those warehouse jobs may be awful, but they're going to disappear before long.
Even as only a tiny number of people in the state still work in mining, voters there would rather be sold a fantasy of a coal revival than face reality.
The campaign of the Democratic gubernatorial candidate isn't trying to make voters contemptuous of Abbott for his disability, they're trying to make voters contemptuous of him for being a particularly cold-hearted brand of hypocrite.
Conflicting Supreme Court actions in current cases have voters' heads spinning.
There were two positive rulings yesterday, but they shouldn't get too excited.