But what worked for Gov. Gavin Newsom in that election won’t all necessarily translate for Democrats in 2022.
The congresswoman attended the Met Gala on Monday wearing her political agenda not so much on her sleeve, but daubed across her back
Divisiveness and disunity are fatal to a vibrant republic. Woven into our nation’s fabric are fundamental systems that encourage unique perspectives and a vibrant political discourse, encouraging the plurality of opinions while charting a singular course forward.
In the run-up to the 2020 elections, it was not uncommon to hear people say, “I’m not voting on foreign policy. I’m voting on [pick your domestic issue].” Here’s the problem with that logic. Regardless of what voters think they’re voting for, they’re definitely voting on foreign affairs and national
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, in remarks to students at the University of Notre Dame, warned about the toppling of “our institutions” by those who seek short-term gratifications and partisan political whims, very often at the expense of the Constitution — very often because they care little
Many of you escaped totalitarian and autocratic rule, intolerance and injustice. You left behind an authoritarian and lawless theocracy, a sponsor and supporter of terrorism, a denier of basic human rights, a misogynistic collection of male rulers. But there is hope for Iran, for its citizens, and for all of
That some southerners are refusing to get vaccinated against the covid and are instead eating horse paste, or injecting sheep drench, has sparked yet another round of tedious debate over "messaging." If federal officials could say the right thing at the right time for the benefit of the right people, then surely misinformed southerners would get vaccinated and this goddamn pandemic would be over. The time for persuasion is gone, though. It was gone before it began.