The Republicans stole Barack Obama's Supreme Court seat. Democrats should return the favor.
Why Jeff Sessions is a terrible pick to lead the Justice Department.
Once again, a Democrat has won the popular vote but lost the election. It is time to throw out this badly outdated institution.
A string of judiciary defeats could result in a more devastating one: a Supreme Court hostile to voter ID laws.
As in so many things, it's the party, not the politician, that decides.
It took a very specific set of circumstances to get the Supreme Court justice to affirm the validity of race-based college admissions.
Trump has defied expectations before, but he remains a singularly weak general election candidate.
In the end, parties matter just as much as individuals.
The justices ruled unanimously that Texas’s “one person, one vote” reapportionment is constitutional. But the war is far from over.
Donald Trump may be firing up some white voters—but not enough to outnumber the people he's alienating.
Lost in the fiasco surrounding Donald Trump is that the so-called moderate Republican candidates are almost as bad.