Plus: A listener asks the editors for big picture thoughts on United States foreign policy interventions in other nation states.
Despite holding out against a seemingly inevitable Trump nomination, Haley lost in her home state.
The essence of the case, the Manhattan D.A. says, is that Trump "corrupt[ed] a presidential election" by concealing embarrassing information.
If you’re going to set arbitrary prices for labor, why not shoot for the moon?
True the Vote told a Georgia court that it can't produce any evidence to support claims of widespread ballot fraud in Georgia.
Three-quarters of voters and more than half of Democrats are concerned about the president's age.
When he's on his game, he's still one of the best bullshit detectors in the media.
SCOTUS Is Troubled by the Claim That States Can Disqualify Trump From the Election As an Insurrectionist
Most of the justices are clearly inclined to reject a Colorado Supreme Court decision asserting that power under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.
There's a reason why Democrats are freaking out over comparative anti-interventionists RFK Jr., Jill Stein, and Cornel West.
As the party grows more populist, ethnically diverse, and working class, will Republicans abandon their libertarian economic principles?
Congress and the leading presidential candidates are wildly unpopular. But don’t expect new faces.
A critique of John Yoo and Robert Delahunty's suggestion that the Vice President has a role in counting electoral votes.
An interesting analysis of the former President's brief challenging his disqualification from the ballot in Colorado.
RFK Jr. predicts all 50 states, Libertarian Party expects at least 48, Green Party over 30, and a still-waffling No Labels 32.
People who were disenfranchised based on felony convictions face a new obstacle to recovering their voting rights.
It is not the job of Florida taxpayers to support state officials' preferred presidential candidates.
Donald Trump won an unsurprising victory in the New Hampshire primary against his hawkish rival Nikki Haley.
And the Democratic votes won't even count. Get ready for what might be a weird night.
His political makeover into a Trumpy cultural warrior undermined what could have been a compelling campaign about the value of freedom.
He is asking the justices to reject the Colorado Supreme Court's conclusion that he is disqualified from running for president.
Though alas, the long shot primary challenger probably will not.
They will either reduce the ability to spend money or to cut taxes.
The centrist group says it will decide on challenging Biden and/or Trump after Super Tuesday.
Dueling new studies reach opposing conclusions on whether minority voters are well served by ranked choice voting.
DeSantis appears to be on track to claim second place, a distant 30-ish percentage points behind Trump.
But he would say no to pro-Palestinian speech.
Unfortunately, none of the Republican candidates want to scrap the federal ethanol mandates.
The former New Jersey governor was the only candidate in the Republican primary field with the courage to attack former President Donald Trump.
How do the Iowa caucuses work? The fact that people have to ask every four years shows why this tradition should end.
As one appeals court judge pointed out, Trump's defense could literally let a president get away with murder.
Schools are already bad enough for kids. Let's not make it worse by taking tips from the people who've insisted you take your shoes off at the airport for 20 years.
DeSantis says the new, single tax rate would mean "lower taxes for everyone" but that only demonstrates that he hasn't thought too deeply about how a flat tax would work.
His Supreme Court petition raises serious questions about how to interpret and apply Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.
Plus: State officials attempt to ban Donald Trump from 2024 election ballots.
Letting state officials determine whether a candidate has "engaged in insurrection" opens a huge can of worms.