Red States' Legally Dubious Strategy to Destroy Obamacare
January 28, 2014
In states with dreadful health outcomes, they're spending a lot of energy trying to keep people from signing up for health care
Elizabeth Colbert Busch isn't the first female candidate to face the insinuation.
Tuesday's special election in South Carolina is a true toss-up.
Take a Hike, Sanford!
April 04, 2013
Mark Sanford is one step closer to a remarkable political comeback after locking up the Republican nomination for Congress in South Carolina’s First Congressional District on Tuesday.
Mark Sanford's Political Comeback Is Shaping Up Nicely
March 20, 2013
Mark Sanford, the former Republican governor of South Carolina who turned “hiking the Appalachian Trail” into an Urban Dictionary entry (discretion advised), is one step closer to completing a surprising political comeback.
Is Racism Worse in the South?
March 05, 2013
At last week's Supreme Court argument over the Voting Rights Act, Chief Justice John Roberts asked whether the government thinks the South is more racist than the North. The question frames the debate. Too bad there's no answer.
"Until this generation of people dies out."
February 27, 2013
Think the Voting Rights Act is outdated? Come to South Carolina.
Have Family Dinners Prepared Teddy Turner to Be a Politician?
January 17, 2013
The media scion is still trying get out from under his dad's shadow.
Guns in Churches, Psychiatric Evaluations, and Other State Laws Proposed Since Newtown
January 15, 2013
What's cooking in your state?