Sinema is wrong about the filibuster, but the attacks on her by progressives are demagogic nonsense.
It used to be mostly unfair to blame Biden for inflation. It has become less so.
An international summit to forge a sense of common purpose among democracies wasn’t the place to try to score domestic political points.
A Biden appointed commission points the way to channel reform energy on the left in a more productive direction.
The inflation blame game stops at a curious spot.
A recent report offer a useful starting point for the discussion and policy development.
Gosar’s vile video warranted censure, even explusion. But if he is to remain a member of the body, Democrats shouldn’t strip him of committee assignments. That denies his constitutents equal representation.
Sinema proved her point about getting results through bipartisanship. Unfortunately, it came at the cost of further erosion of the principle of federalism.
As illustrated by the latest proposal in the Build Back Better reconciliation bill, on immigration reform both sides never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity.
After the rapid and effective COVID-19 response, you’d think politicians would tread cautiously in giving the private pharmaceutical industry a gigantic shake-up.