The election of Donald Trump was supposed to usher in a new era of conservative governance. Instead, all it has done is divide the GOP along ideological and class based fault lines that have only grown since the GOP tried … Continue reading The Republicans Dilemma
Last weekend, Kamala Harris met with Clinton operatives and fundraisers in the Hamptons. Such a meeting is an indication the Clinton team is seriously considering, if not already decided, to support Harris for President in 2020. Harris, the freshman Senator … Continue reading Democrats Haven’t Learned Much From Last Year
The election of President Trump and the rise of the populist right has put the issue of illegal immigration front and center. Many Americans tired of a lack of full enforcement during the Obama years embrace the vision of the … Continue reading A Populist Approach To Immigration
Republicans, with significant effort, passed Healthcare Reform out of the House. Now, the effort is stalled in the Senate with both conservatives and moderates balking at various elements of the bill. In a perfect world, all sides would get what … Continue reading How Republicans Can Pass Healthcare Reform and Win In The Midterms
CNN, the most trusted name in news, right? Think again. CNN has been collapsing for a while now with one scandal after another. There’s no way CNN could do any worse, could they? Well, they just did. A few days … Continue reading CNN’s Latest Scandal: The Final Nail in the Coffin?
On June 29th President Trump used his Twitter account to hit back at the hosts of Morning Joe. Commenting that he refused to meet with Joe Scarborough’s co-host Mika Brzezinski because her botched face lift had left her bleeding very … Continue reading Faux Moral Outrage In The Age of Trump
This is not your father’s Supreme Court. The dividing lines on the court closely mirror the dividing lines in America on guns, class, race and LBGT issues. All of these lines are sure to clash in the upcoming session. Historically, … Continue reading The New Dividing Lines On The Supreme Court