Washington gridlock can be annoying, but that doesn’t mean bipartisan consensus produced outcomes that are necessarily more popular.
Yes the race to see who will succeed Obama in the White House is in full swing, but polls don’t really tell us anything at this point.
The Senate’s official report on the use of torture during the Bush Administration is out, and it’s hard to see how it could be worse.
Real change in American policing will come at the local level.
Yes the incoming Senate Majority Leader is a successful politician, but he’s hardly some political superman.
It’s true that that the car service company Uber has done some questionable things, but it’s also advancing liberals priorities.
It turns out that all the talk about Benghazi over the last two years was a giant waste of time, there just never was a cover up.
The former Democratic Senator from Virginia has officially announced he’s running for president, Democrats should applaud.
Yes the Electoral College is a strange way to electing presidents, but it’s safe to ignore it until fall of 2016.
Maria Shriver wants to break the Internet, too, but not the way Kim Kardashian did.
The famous comedian and television personality’s silence on charges of sexual assault shows a lot about Bill Cosby—and even more about our media.
It’s really hard to be bipartisan when one partisan side doesn’t want to.
While the landmark health care law is having a huge impact on our health care system, but its political impact faded long ago. A fun Twitter fight broke out yesterday after political analyst Charlie Cook declared that everything would have been fine for the Democrats right now if they had never passed Obamacare back in […]
Nothing much is going to happen in Washington for the next two years, so now’s a great time for pundits to investigate what’s going on in the rest of the nation.
Politicians win elections, they don’t win mandates.
Yes I know you’re busy, but you still need to go vote.