With the vaccine rollout, the COVID cloud over the economy should lift around summer. Unfortunately, the Biden administration is unlikely to do what should be done between now and then.
Antitrust lawsuits, such as Arizona Attorney General Mark Bronovich has joined against Facebook and Google, take forever. And they revolve around the wrong questions, to be answered by the wrong people.
Low-skilled workers and small business shouldn’t suffer a hugely disproportionate burden for uncertain gains.
The only core left to Trump’s Republican Party is the raw pursuit of power, irrespective of how dishonorable the means.
The descent of Andy Biggs into becoming just another partisan brawler has been painful, and disappointing, to watch.
Republicans are celebrating losing the 2020 election by less than expected. To actually win, the GOP base has to move beyond personal loyalty to Trump, in favor of making the same points in a less alienating way.
The story of this election isn’t that Trump boosted Republican turnout. It’s that independents didn’t hold Trump against down-ballot Republicans. That’s particularly true in Arizona and Maricopa County.
California voters reject racial preferences and Illinois voters reject a tax-the-rich scheme.
This election should be the end of excessive coverage of horse-race polls and the arrogance of media companies purporting to “call” an election and proclaim a winner while the votes are still being counted.
A Biden presidency and a Republican Senate would be a neat solution to the unpleasant dilemma the country faced.