Mitch McConnell

It’s not a crime when a Republican does it. It’s freedom

By John Stoehr / June 22, 2022 /

Any attempt to uphold the rule of law is an infringement of that freedom. That just might inspire an overthrow of the government.

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No, the war in Ukraine hasn’t shown that America’s military is behind Russia’s

By Noah Berlatsky / March 14, 2022 /

Mitch McConnell is wrong. The opposite is true.

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If you buy into the idea that the GOP is ridding itself of Trump, congrats. You’ve been Dickrolled

By Jason Sattler / February 23, 2022 /

Defeating Trump and the party that he’s consumed at the polls is, tragically, our only hope for a peaceful end to this ridiculous crisis.

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Face it, impeachment doesn’t work. Trump proved Congress can’t check a criminal president

By Trent R. Nelson / February 2, 2022 /

Impeachment has never been helpful. It might be harmful, though.

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If last week’s carve-out to the filibuster rule can be done to raise the debt ceiling, it can be done to save democracy, too

By John Stoehr / December 13, 2021 /

Anoa Changa: the point of no return is fast approaching.

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‘Let’s go, Brandon’ tells us violence isn’t the result of MAGA politics. It is MAGA politics

By Lindsay Beyerstein / November 3, 2021 /

The GOP’s cutesy catchphrase.

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The GOP told the biggest business lobby it’s time to choose: business or politics

By John Stoehr / October 5, 2021 /

The US Chamber of Commerce chose politics.

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Voting against the full faith and credit of the United States is what you’d expect from the party of political sabotage

By John Stoehr / September 28, 2021 /

The GOP’s war-like hostility isn’t old news. It drives the news.

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On the debt ceiling fight, the Republicans are humiliating the Democrats. Does Joe Manchin’s party have any pride?

By John Stoehr / September 23, 2021 /

So far, the answer seems to be no.

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Will GOP voters go to war with corporations over new vaccine mandates? That would require personal sacrifice, though

By John Stoehr / August 26, 2021 /

They’ll obey, like good authoritarians.

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