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The Existential Battle for the Soul of the GOP

What used to be widely seen as loony is now broadly accepted or tolerated by the Republican Party.

Politicized Court System Bodes Badly for Obamacare

Despite clear signs of health care reform's success, the Affordable Care Act faces a long road of legal hurdles ahead.

Specter of Gilded Age Tarnishes VA Reforms

Proposed reforms at Veterans Affairs hearken back to the dark days of the corrupt spoils system in government.

Crony Capitalism Has No Place in the Supreme Court

Despite the Hobby Lobby ruling, the word "corporation" is still nowhere to be found in the Constitution.

Congress Must Continue the Battle for Civil Rights

The 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act next week reminds us how much work Congress still has to protect it.

Setting the Record Straight on a Polarizing Debate

A Pew study shines a spotlight on how sharply parties have diverged, and it's crucial the public knows how this impacts their government.

The New Nihilism Threatens GOP’s Growth

Cantor's defeat signals deep problems for a party being pushed further to the right by the antigovernment wing.

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The Existential Battle for the Soul of the GOP

What used to be widely seen as loony is now broadly accepted or tolerated by the Republican Party.

Politicized Court System Bodes Badly for Obamacare

Despite clear signs of health care reform's success, the Affordable Care Act faces a long road of legal hurdles ahead.

Specter of Gilded Age Tarnishes VA Reforms

Proposed reforms at Veterans Affairs hearken back to the dark days of the corrupt spoils system in government.

Crony Capitalism Has No Place in the Supreme Court

Despite the Hobby Lobby ruling, the word "corporation" is still nowhere to be found in the Constitution.

Congress Must Continue the Battle for Civil Rights

The 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act next week reminds us how much work Congress still has to protect it.

Setting the Record Straight on a Polarizing Debate

A Pew study shines a spotlight on how sharply parties have diverged, and it's crucial the public knows how this impacts their government.

The New Nihilism Threatens GOP’s Growth

Cantor's defeat signals deep problems for a party being pushed further to the right by the antigovernment wing.

Show More