Joe Biden winning the presidency is speeding toward a foregone conclusion if his expanding polling lead is to be believed. But if Biden has any governing objectives outside of ridding America of Donald Trump, he’ll need his party
A long line of voters stretches out from the main election office and into the car park here in Marietta, just north of Atlanta. At its current length, it will take around two hours for the people at the back to cast their ballots.
Reading former Republican operative Stuart Stevens’ It Was All a Lie: How the Republican Party Became Donald Trump, a new fierce critique of what the party has become under Donald Trump, I found myself asking a question:
It’s hard to believe, but one year ago the big news story was President Donald Trump’s impeachment. Twelve months later, a viral pandemic is killing thousands of Americans every day and Republicans are still so loyal to Trump
As the political calendar tumbles towards a pair of Georgia Senate runoff races on 5 January that will determine partisan control of the chamber, voters should expect Republicans to return to a message that has buttressed the party cycle
Donald Trump has appointed a slew of prominent aides, supporters and fundraisers to federal advisory boards since losing re-election, a sometimes controversial practice that indicates recognition his presidency is coming to a close.
During four years in the Senate, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris used high-profile, partisan moments to propel her political career, grilling President Trump’s Cabinet secretaries over hardline immigration policies and Supreme Court nominee
Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo is arguably the most Trumpy of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet secretaries. He has aggressively pursued the president’s “America First” agenda, mimicked the commander in chief’s bombast and routinely
Of all the strange bedfellows this political season has wrought, there are perhaps none so strange as Representative Ilhan Omar of “The Squad” and Senator Rand Paul, son of libertarian godfather Ron Paul. The two were united for one brief,
It was a dreadful year, obviously, and that applies to US politics, too. Nevertheless, believe it or not, some stuff was worth celebrating. Here are five good developments: Republicans for democracy: In a year when the Republican Party overall showed