The latest episode of the We The People series, produced fortnightly by our friends at The Bradley Foundation, is out, and is worth your while.
Partisans, both Right and Left, are practicing not politics as such but something closer to a blend of group therapy and role-playing game.
The $120 million production was set to begin this summer, and depicts the story of a runaway slave who joined the Union army during the Civil War.
President Biden’s attempt to rewrite history suggests Democrats are worried about the fallout.
The 2019 All-Star game was held in Ohio, which was then under attack from Hillary Clinton over its voting laws.
Even media liberals have taken notice of the ‘voter-suppression’ lie. So of course, the playbook is changing.
I’ve written a piece for the home page about an episode I come across, to my surprise, in the latest Stacey Abrams book.
Philip Bump's argument doesn't land quite the way he intended it to.