The Florida governor wants Republicans to know he is more electable and more extreme than Donald Trump.
Author: Eric Levitz, New York Magazine
Leave Dianne Feinstein Alone
What is feminism for if not to protect the right of 89-year-old multimillionaires to keep their jobs at the public’s expense?
How Biden Learned To Love the Debt-Ceiling Crisis
He has turned a chronic political headache into a winning issue.
Trump Is Too Tough on Balloons To Be Antiwar
The ex-president is simultaneously slamming Biden for insufficient toughness on China and casting himself as a peace candidate.
The GOP Is More Ungovernable Than Ever Before
Even with Fox News, Donald Trump, and the GOP Establishment united behind Kevin McCarthy, House Republicans still won’t toe the party line.
When Supply, Not Demand, Is the Problem
The economy is changing. Liberalism must change with it.
The Unhinged Debate Over Twitter and ‘Free Speech’
Whatever one makes of Twitter’s policies, a wider array of people and perspectives influence elite discourse today than ever before.
The Twitter Files Is What It Claims to Expose
The purported expose of Twitter’s political bias is itself an attempt to weaponize control of Twitter for political purposes.
Why the GOP Will Lose Its War Against Wall Street
Republicans can’t accept that they dislike modern capitalism, so they’re blaming ESG instead.
Return of the Hostage Takers
Joe Biden’s last chance to stop the GOP’s economic sabotage.