The GOP's Obamacare Obsession May Be Collapsing, and That Could Pave the Way for Immigration Reform
April 29, 2014
Republicans like Boehner are losing the nerve to repeal Obamacare and finding the spine to push for immigration reform simultaneously.
Chris Christie, Scott Walker, Susana Martinez ... Do Governors Still Make the Best Presidential Candidates?
April 17, 2014
State houses may be getting more scrutiny thanks to stalemate in Washington.
That '70s Show, Starring Ted Cruz
April 15, 2014
Conservatives who compare today's economy to the Carter era get an 'F' in history.
The Tea Party and Wall Street Might Not Be Best Friends Forever, But they Are for Now
March 21, 2014
Sure, they complain about "bailouts." But the Tea Party's theory of the financial crisis has absolved Wall Street completely.
Implementing this plan now would probably mean taking away coverage from a lot of people who just got it.
We applaud the effort, though.
Republicans Suddenly Can't Stop Talking About "Mobility"
February 19, 2014
The unpleasant truth: When the government keeps slashing its safety net, climbing the economic ladder gets harder.
Why Is Herman Cain Trying to Cure Your Erectile Dysfunction?
January 26, 2014
B-list Republican presidential candidates are now making money off internet spam.
The Republican Reaction to the Polar Vortex Explains Why So Many Scientists Are Democrats
January 08, 2014
When I walked to work Tuesday morning, it was 4 degrees Fahrenheit, the coldest temperature I've experienced in the last two years living in Washington, D.C.
Five Ways Republicans Screwed Up in 2013 (According to a Conservative)
December 15, 2013
Republicans have had, contrary to what The New Republic often claims, a pretty good year. The Affordable Care Act has had a disastrous start and President Barack Obama's approval rating has even dipped below 40 percent in some polls.