A new poll from the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics found that 73 percent of Republicans and 74 percent of Democrats think the other side are authoritarian bullies.
There is seldom any meaningful accountability for government incompetence.
But the pitched battle for the GOP Senate nomination in the Keystone State is still too close to call.
Some liberal political analysts are warning that Republicans will gain a big Senate majority over the next two elections.
Instead of building on Republican support for federalism, they seem determined to alienate potential allies.
For most of the past decade-plus, those complaining the loudest about corporate participation in politics have been Democrats.
Californians might be voting with their feet, but there's nowhere they can run and hide if the federal government embraces the same policies.
Neither Republicans nor Democrats can be trusted to give an honest account of what happened that day.
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Things are getting so bad for Democrats that some are starting to wish for Hillary Clinton to return to politics. Yikes.
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Virginia is moving on without the Democratic duo.
It's a fairly benign thing to say. And yet it's a landmine in our media landscape.
During a speech to a conservative group this month, Hawley depicted a decline in masculinity as one of the nation's foremost problems. Really?
Something to be grateful for.
The idea that massive government spending, hate speech laws, and gun control will improve America—when they failed horribly elsewhere—is a dangerous myth.
The former presidential candidate talks about UBI, race relations, ranked-choice voting, his new political party Forward, and how "the duopoly is killing us."
"Spending trillions more on new and expanded government programs, when we can't even pay for the essential social programs...is the definition of fiscal insanity."
Democrats want to raise the debt ceiling, while Republicans occasionally remember they're against big government spending.
Millions rejected choosing any alternative to Gov. Newsom. Did they “throw their vote away?” Of course not.
Taxing the Rich Isn't Enough to Pay for Democrats' Welfare State. They'll Need To Soak the Middle Class Too.
There simply aren't enough rich people to finance all the new spending.
Californians vote today on whether to keep lockdowner in chief Gavin Newsom.
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Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Is Right That Democrats Have a Vaccine Hesitancy Problem, but It's Not Nearly As Big As the GOP's
Although Patrick notes that blacks are less likely to be vaccinated than whites, the gap between Republicans and Democrats is much larger.
Can Democrats stop acting as if all the governor's critics are Trump-loving insurrectionists?
Sen. Ed Markey and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have proposed the creation of a counterproductive $130 billion federal behemoth.
Voters who support Gov. Gavin Newsom can still select a successor. That’s left out of a campaign commercial airing during the Olympics.
AOC Says Amazon Abuses Market Power, Ignores Fact That Customers Shop at Amazon Because They Want To
After returning from space yesterday, Jeff Bezos thanked Amazon customers who made his fortune possible.
Live-and-let-live political types are stuck between cultists and totalitarians.
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Lawmakers cut out some red tape, but only when it serves the party.
The former Michigan congressman says "horrible messaging" is a sign of insecurity.
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Charter-Hating Democrats Now Relying on Charter Schools To Service Families Reluctant To Go Back Into School Buildings
The one-size-fits-all approach to monopolistic K-12 instruction continues to repel even as COVID-19 recedes.
Party leaders don’t want a replacement on the recall ballot.
The state and local tax deduction overwhelmingly benefits rich households in high-tax states while shifting their federal tax burden to everyone else.
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