Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, the man who was drenched in sleazy scandals but somehow never drowned in them, is … Continue reading Who The ‘ell Are All These Prats, Then?: Looking at the 2022 Conservative leadership race
In his concurrence in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, Justice Clarence Thomas suggested that it was high time the … Continue reading Justice Thomas seems to think a lot of things can be overturned – except Loving v. Virginia
A draft opinion of the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization was leaked late Monday and seems … Continue reading What is liberty?
The Walt Disney Company used to control Florida’s government. In 1965, Governor W. Haydon Burns hosted a press conference with … Continue reading The old rules don’t work anymore
Three of the largest economies in the Americas – the U.S., Canada, and Mexico – have a decades-old free trade … Continue reading It turns out Republicans are manufacturing some of the supply chain issues for political points
This is a follow-up to our November 29, 2021 article The Last Six Kmarts. On April 16, 2022, the Kmart … Continue reading The Last Three Kmarts
Contrary to popular belief, the United States is not the only country where student loans exist. But the ubiquity of … Continue reading The Biden administration is going to delay student loan repayments again. How can it ever expect to resume them?
Vladimir Putin celebrated his country’s middling performance at the 2022 Winter Olympics by invading Ukraine, which is more or less … Continue reading Again, the Iraq War was more popular than you remember
In an Associated Press report provided to news outlets Thursday, former Senator Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) lamented that “far-left” positions taken … Continue reading Moderate Democrats still don’t understand the tautology of American politics
When a politician is looking to score some quick political points, there’s a well they consistently dip their bucket into: … Continue reading There’s no evidence that term limits work and a lot of evidence that they don’t