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Now the Republicans must come to the Democrats and beg for help.
Like the president whom Scaramucci would go on to serve, getting rich was the goal, and winning was everything.
The two parties have always fought each other, but the Senate used to be a more agreeable place.
Conservatives killed the career of John Boehner, and Paul Ryan is on the same path.
Could Trump's threats lose the GOP their Senate majority?
The new White House communications director may have the look and mannerisms of The Sopranos’ Christopher Moltisanti, but he’s less effective as a hitman. Anthony Scaramucci claims that he’s a front-stabbing kind of guy, which must be why his effort to exact revenge on White House chief of staff Reince Priebus lacks the slightest hint... Read more »
The new platform is great for the party, but policy proposals alone are not enough to move people emotionally and change their votes.
For nine minutes the military brass waited to see if we were going to attack North Korea.
If the GOP had any sense, they would have cut bait on repeal long before now.
Report highlights improved coordination between HHS and the Department of Education
One of the most appealing aspects of tuition-free higher education proposals is that they convey a simple message about higher education affordability. Although students will need to come up with a substantial amount of money to cover textbooks, fees, and living expenses, one key expense will be covered if students hold up their end of... Read more »
Ross Douthat thinks the president is mentally incapacitated and should be removed.
The president prohibits transgender people from serving 'in any capacity.'
Obamacare repeal advances, but its future is uncertain.
It looks like Trump might be firing Jeff Sessions after all.
Rex Tillerson isn't the only cabinet member 'ready to bail.'
The Democrats are at long last following the Washington Monthly's anti-monopoly line.
Chuck Schumer's op-ed lays out a long overdue populist, progressive plan for Democrats.
It's unclear if the secretary of state is being fired or if he is being made miserable enough that he'll quit.
Folks that stuck with Trump after Access Hollywood tape are called the October 8th coalition