That’s how the mid-term is shaping up. Which will be more powerful? The only way to know is to count the votes.
As this dispiriting election season comes to a close, some questions haunt: Is this the best that our democracy can produce? Is there a path to a better politics? I have a modest hope that there is.
Democrats, including Sinema, are misrepresenting what Republicans passed, while ducking a important debate about improving the individual health insurance market while providing a reliable safety net for the seriously sick.
Where do Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally stand on national security issues, particularly the use of military force? That’s a good question.
Making it so leads to misanalysis, misunderstanding and miscalculation.
Israel is our only real ally in the region. And even there, it’s fights shouldn’t automatically become our fights.
The Medicare hospitalization trust fund runs out of reserves in 2026. If nothing is done, that means big benefit cuts.
In Arizona and around the country, Democrats are pummeling Republicans on health care. And Republicans are trying to change the subject.
The U.S. hasn’t been at war with North Korea for more than six decades. So, why not just say it.
Elizabeth Warren’s Accountable Capitalism Act would fundamentally alter the relationship between shareholders and the corporations they ostensibly own.