In a speech at the Reagan Library, Cotton situated populist policies within a broader context of global politics.
Detonating the nuclear option to overturn regular order in the Senate endangers the protections for senators and would feed into the dynamic of polarization.
Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema like to find compromises, and it’s hard to locate middle ground on the nuclear option to the filibuster.
Elite efforts to enforce ‘woke’ ideology create a bubble that can engender a fierce backlash.
Removing the filibuster dramatically expands the ability of a temporary partisan majority to meddle in elections.
Once you start unilaterally removing obstacles to the raw exercise of partisan power, it’s hard to stop.
Some Republicans in Massachusetts are sponsoring legislation that entrenches an identity-politics bureaucracy.