The Biden administration faces a series of interdependent challenges to restore democratic norms and institutions. How are they doing?
Wolves and Sheep Extra members already know why the celebrated bipartisan infrastructure agreement is neither bipartisan nor an agreement.
When you design an institution to represent states instead of people you get inequities that are hard to defend. So why would anyone think that allowing forty-one senators to block legislation is a way to promote bipartisanship?
It’s insanity to think the Republican filibuster of an investigation into the January 6 insurrection will be different from any other Republican filibuster. Or is it?
Liz Cheney was bounced from leadership because she was a constant reminder that the core promise of the Republican Party can only exist in fantasy.
The insurrection has faded from the headlines but a significant threat to democracy remains. Here’s what Joe Biden and congressional Democrats can do about it.
We are about to face the most consequential confrontation of the post-Trump era, with democracy hanging in the balance.
Unified Republican opposition failed to stop the massive Covid relief bill and will not generate the political benefits of similar past efforts.
Roughly one-third of the country wants to stop the clock on the twenty-first century at all costs. That’s what this impeachment trial was about.
A little history on how we arrived at the brink of a violent overthrow of a duly elected government. At the start of what would come to be known as the Reagan era, Republicans had an electoral majority that developed out of a long stretch of economic stagnation and white pushback to the civil rights […]