All Democrats voted in opposition, making Barrett's confirmation the most partisan since Reconstruction.
COVID-19 Cases are increasing faster than is testing, and that's not "fake news."
When a coronavirus vaccine is ready, it will be distributed through normal civilian supply chains to your doctor's office and local pharmacy.
My LA Times Op Ed on Why the Constitution Requires Including Undocumented Immigrants in House Reapportionment Counts
The issue is currently before the Supreme Court in the case of Trump v. New York.
The president claims success based on a completely implausible worst-case scenario, while his opponent projects more than 3,700 deaths a day.
Trump plans to steal less of other people’s cash then Biden does, though neither has any serious suggestions for paying for their spending schemes.
The U.S. incarceration rate peaked in 2008, but it's good to see two "law and order" candidates talking about clemency.
Plus: New research on sanctuary policies, the Stop Suppressing Speech Act, and more...
Trump and Biden Are Right: Both Parties Are To Blame for America's Inhumane, Broken Immigration System
Trump's immigration record is uniquely appalling but he didn't do it all by himself. Before you start building cages, you should ask how your political opponents might use them.
President Donald Trump said he'd leave it to the states to decide if a minimum wage hike was appropriate.
Treating free expression like an instrument of power means that the fight is more about who gets punished most when politicians write new restrictions.
Joe Biden Would Create a Bipartisan Commission To Figure Out Whether He Should Pack the Supreme Court
In a preview of an interview that will air Sunday, Biden says he'd pick "Democrats, Republicans, liberals, conservatives" to serve on the body, which would make broad recommendations for reforming federal courts.
The 72-year-old political commentator says Biden's platform is "full of unicorns and flying ponies" but is better than "having the inmates run the asylum."
The progressive who helped usher in mass incarceration is running against the law and order conservative who let prisoners go free.
Plus: White House responds about missing migrant parents, Florida's failing foster care system, and more...
American voters deserve careful scrutiny of the candidates' positions on individual conflicts.
Hundreds of Victims of Trump's Child Separation Policy Still Haven't Been Reunited with their Parents
The government deported the parents without making any provision for reuniting them with their children.
Sens. John Cornyn and Ben Sasse have spoken out sharply against Trump's policies and character as the election nears.
Ilya Somin, Angela McArdle, and Francis Menton refresh their cases for Biden, Jorgensen, and Trump.
There's an easier way to lessen the impact of retaliatory agriculture tariffs: repeal our own
Trump saying he wants to end the war in Afghanistan is a good thing. It would be better if he followed through on his rhetoric.
That so many Americans believe Biden and Trump are foreign-backed puppets is less testimony to the effectiveness of overseas scheming than to our own political culture.
The legal doctrine makes it considerably harder to hold cops accountable. Trump refused to address it.
No, it’s not “bad for democracy” to keep giving a platform to the President of the United States.
The president might just be the world's worst negotiator.
Journalists should correct the story rather than pretend it doesn't exist.
LDS disaffection could help swing Arizona blue.
Plus: DOJ sues over Melania Trump adviser's book, Justice Clarence Thomas wants to limit Section 230, and more....
Petitions for certiorari in the other two Emoluments Clause cases remain pending.
But on big-picture fiscal issues, are Democrats and Republicans really so far apart?
The president's erraticism and Senate Republican opposition might save taxpayers from having to shell out for another 10-digit relief package.
Gretchen Whitmer Blames Trump's Rhetoric for the Plot To Kidnap Her, but There's No Evidence It Played a Role
Trump's rhetoric is often wrong, but that does not make it the underlying cause of every cruel or criminal event that transpires while he is president.
Politeness is nice. Answering questions would be even nicer.
Lockdowns are forcing students, parents, educators, and even taxpayers to look for all sorts of alternatives to the status quo.
The president has been criticized for politicizing aid as the election draws closer.
Libertarian faces potential "spoiler" charge in Ohio, North Carolina, Iowa, and Georgia.
It is an abrupt reversal for Trump, who as recently as Saturday had voiced his support for another stimulus package.
Yes, but the Trump administration's politicization of the hunt for a vaccine is undermining public trust.
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