Some liberal political analysts are warning that Republicans will gain a big Senate majority over the next two elections.
Not by changing the filibuster rules, but by stressing them.
Both parties want to kill the filibuster when they are in the majority, and that's exactly why it needs to stick around.
Senate Democrats should avoid taking the easy, undemocratic way out.
If Democrats' voting rights bills are blocked, Biden says, "we have no choice but to change the Senate rules, including getting rid of the filibuster."
An old strategy that’s worked for Democrats before may work again.
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Dean Chemerinsky has argued for and against the filibuster on both constitutional and policy grounds.
Some academics are urging VP Harris to declare the filibuster unconstitutional
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is right: Democrats have more to lose by ending the filibuster than by putting up with it.
Even Joe Biden and Barack Obama were willing to acknowledge this basic fact just a few years ago.
Are Mitch McConnell's threats credible, or is he a paper tiger?
But the real reason why Democrats should abandon the effort to hike the federal minimum wage has nothing to do with arcane Senate rules or the filibuster.
Abolishing the filibuster will make it even harder for the Senate to function.
Progressives are promising to get rid of this long-standing check on the power of raw majorities in the Senate just when it would help them the most.
Politicians' opinions about the maneuver depend on which party is in power.
For partisans of limited government, this would be terrible news.
Another sign of the end times or a renewal of constitutional governance?
Until it kept them from getting what they wanted
Changes today do not include Supreme Court nominations
Wendy Davis' Gubernatorial Run in Texas is an early test
Sen. Ted Cruz says he will try
Trying to end filibuster for executive branch nominees
Planning to nominate three judges for The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit