The former president attempted to violently overthrow the government of the United States, and his party ensured that he would face no consequences for doing so.
The Supreme Court majority’s undead constitutionalism is transforming right-wing media tropes into law.
The polarization of policing has made it politically difficult for firearm restrictions to pass.
Their reaction to the Buffalo shooting shows that the racist theory has now entered the Republican mainstream.
The debate over abortion is an important part of the story of polarization in American politics, but it is not its genesis.
If the conservative justice’s draft opinion is adopted by the Court, key advances of the past hundred years could be rolled back.
Business moguls tend to be big on protecting speech, right until it hurts their bottom line.
It’s ordinary laborers who have the best opportunity to improve society.
The losses, even more than the victories, hook you for life.
Republicans want to blame the rise in crime on liberal permissiveness, which includes, in their view, the right to counsel.
The conservative justices are scrapping Americans’ constitutional rights, all while pretending they aren’t.
The “racial” distinctions between master and slave may be more familiar to Americans, but they were and are no more real than those between Gentile and Jew.
Biden hasn’t even named his nominee yet, and already conservatives are saying she’s undeserving.
Yesterday’s decision hinges on a new and alarming embrace of the right-wing crusade against vaccination.
The Biden administration’s troubles may pave the road for the former president to return in 2024 with a legitimate electoral win.
Text messages sent to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows reveal a disturbing truth.
If liberals try to apply the logic of the Texas abortion ruling to their own favored causes, they might be in for a rude surprise.
Conservatives on the Supreme Court have engineered a system that allows half the country’s population to be stripped of a fundamental constitutional right.
The most surprising aspect of the trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s killers is not the verdict, but the fact that it happened at all.
It is one thing to argue that the jury reached a reasonable verdict based on the law, and another entirely to celebrate Rittenhouse’s actions.