For a model on abortion, a Democrat running for president could do worse than reread Christopher Hitchens.
Markets are information-generating mechanisms, and the political market is working.
Tim Ryan said Wednesday that he supports scrapping the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits federal funding for abortion with a few exceptions.
The idea that anyone ever nominated by a serious American political party would collude with a foreign power to rig a presidential election is insane.
Twenty-four Democrats are running for president. Twenty or so are going to end up deeply disappointed.
Fix the subways? Bill de Blasio can't even fix the potholes. Fix the potholes? He can't even keep the rats at bay.
He's in good health.
Every candidate gets boiled down to those key signifiers and discussed as symbols, instead of being discussed as individuals.
Paul Waldman is unhappy that Democrats are being asked to reach out to Republicans while nobody asks Republicans to reach out to Democrats.
He may not want to demolish the Jefferson Memorial, but his PC instincts and conventionally liberal views suggest he won’t stand up to the Left.
Reporter Kat Timpf breaks down why opposition to senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) in the 2020 presidential race doesn't equate to sexism.