Manchin has long been open to making some rules changes but he’s always insisted on making those changes through the Standing Rules of the Senate.
Category: National Review
Say, Does President Biden Support or Oppose Non-Citizens Voting in Municipal Elections?
New York City will now allow more than 800,000 non-citizens to vote in municipal elections. Does President Biden support or oppose this?
We Have, Indeed, ‘Seen What’s Possible When President Biden Uses the Full Weight of His Office’
President Biden’s ‘voting rights’ push isn’t analogous to the infrastructure bill, but to Build Back Better.
When Jonathan Capehart Says ‘Recalcitrant,’ He Means ‘Majority’
This is an extremely weird way of describing the situation in the Senate — especially in a piece about democracy.
Will Teacher Transparency Sink the Democrats?
Should Democrats continue to block curriculum-transparency laws, they will richly deserve any electoral comeuppance they receive.
Twenty-Five Things That Caught My Eye: Children Die in Deadly Fire in the Bronx, Coptic Activist Released in Egypt & More
Pope Francis sent his condolences to the victims of Sunday’s fire.
We Should Cheer the Pig-to-Human Heart Transplant
Except for the possibility of a disease crossing the species barrier, there aren’t really any downsides to this breakthrough.
Another MSNBC Pundit Flees Electoral Count Act Reform
Progressive pundits feel it necessary to get in line rather than support bipartisan legislation to actually prevent a repeat of January 6.
What Rochelle Walensky Actually Said About Comorbidities and Covid Deaths
The fuller context shows that she was talking about a study of vaccinated people, not all people who had ever died of Covid.
Sherman Hopeful about Russia Talks Because She Negotiated Iran Deal, Syria Chemical-Weapons Deal
The deputy secretary of state says she knows her Russian counterpart ‘very, very well.’