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Unless I misunderstood what Bernie Sanders was saying in his day-after-the-latest-shellacking speech, I think we can take away two things. One, the Bernie Revolution lives. Two,...
It’s getting to be that time of year again, when some of the faithless turn hopeful, when some of those desperate to be rid...
It was another jaw-dropping night on the 2016 campaign trail. And I don't mean Bernie Sanders' stunning upset victory over Hillary Clinton in Michigan. After...
"We have long known that the injuries suffered by ICE agents and nativist politicians in Mississippi and Texas are fictional."
The "struggle for control of the Republican party," a long-running favorite politics media narrative, was the winner of yesterday's Republican U.S. Senate primary race in Mississippi.
Colorado voters in 2008 and 2010 roundly rejected "personhood" initiatives that aimed to grant full legal rights to human eggs from the moment of fertilization. The national organization behind the idea, Personhood USA, then took its campaign to Mississippi, betting the state's large bloc of religious voters might put it over the top and set the stage to challenge Roe v Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in 1973.