What matters most in the new era of the Supreme Court.
There is not much political upside to Kavanaugh’s nomination, but there is enormous political downside if he is not confirmed.
Raymond Kethledge is a staunch originalist who would be a nightmare for Democrats.
The “majority rules” precedent has a Democratic source.
It’s impossible to overstate what his confirmation to the Supreme Court has meant.
Our cable-news programming is largely akin to Top 40 radio, played (and repeated) in three-minute bites.
Family separation and tariffs are bad policy and bad politics.
The n-word is out of bounds and it is an unchallenged good that it is. The c-word should join it in the radioactive pile.
The president has already appointed one-eighth of the federal appeals court judges.