Hall’s passing is not just a loss of a great public servant, but a reminder of Congress’s loss of veterans, moderates, and district-focused members.
When are Republicans going to stop playing by two sets of rules?
The former RNC chair and candidate for Virginia governor gave a master class on racism in America.
Of course Democrats don’t want to vote on Green New Deal. They prefer to incrementally, and deceitfully, pass it.
The cases of a congressman and a weatherman show that, for understanding and dealing with racism, our society has no functioning set of rules.
After a rebuke from his niece, Mitt takes the high ground. But what is his future with Trump?
Watching every single contested congressional race flip from Republican to Democrat days after the election is, as Paul Ryan put it, weird. Here are six reasons California’s election laws are deeply flawed.
The Atlantic’s McKay Coppins joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the midterms, 2020, and the evolving legacy of Newt Gingrich.
Democrats seem not to be able to stop themselves from throwing all manner of tantrums when politics doesn’t go their way. Republicans, not so much.
The Resistance who had actively convinced themselves of the wave’s existence, were hampered by the economy, by Kavanaugh, and by a challenging map.
Republican candidate Josh Hawley defeated Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill to become a U.S. senator for Missouri Tuesday.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn, a conservative Republican congresswoman, was elected to the U.S. Senate on Tuesday night, defeating former Democratic Gov. Phil Bredesen in a hotly contested race in Tennessee.
The Democratic Party has spent two years at a crossroad. In this election it may finally choose a path.
‘These women who act like staying at home, leeching off their husbands or boyfriends, and just cashing the checks is some sort of feminism because they’re choosing to live that life.’
Trumpism is now the unregretted tattoo that altered the Republican coalition, making it edgier, more rugged, and more relentless in pursuing its policy objectives.
If Republicans are going to start delivering on their promises, why don’t they deliver on one from the last four election cycles, by eliminating the law that has raised premiums for millions?
‘You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about.’
Something about the Brett Kavanaugh circus these past two weeks made me reconsider staying on the sidelines. The new low in political gamesmanship disturbed me.
Republican candidates in key Senate races are closing in on or beating their Democratic opponents following Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony last Thursday.
U.S. Capitol Police arrested a 27-year-old man working as an intern for a Democratic congresswoman, for allegedly doxxing three Republican senators.
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