His experience fighting Sutter Health’s monopolistic practices in California gives him insights he can put to use as Secretary.
Hint: The Republican incumbent welcomes support from white supremacists, QAnon, and militia members.
Democrats lost two congressional seats in Orange County, California. But a slate of down-ballot victories suggest a long-term commitment to growing the local Democratic party paid off in 2020.
Understanding the new “comms” team and how we, at the Washington Monthly, report on the White House
After enabling Trump and fretting about political correctness, Republicans want to cancel the OMB nominee because she was too mean on Twitter. (Some lefties want to nix her bid, too.) Oh, please.
Biden’s choice to direct the National Economic Council is getting pushback from progressive groups, but the criticism seems unwarranted.
The data and party officials like Bill Hogseth are pointing the way forward.
Unlike Donald Trump’s variety, it’s of the Roman variety and something you’d want the men in your life to emulate.
Gerald Ford’s pardon of Richard Nixon probably cost him his reelection. Trump’s quest for the 2024 GOP nomination is unlikely to be hindered by a giant pardon of his family and himself.
Leaving aside Johnson’s “Kenya” dis of Obama, the British Prime Minister is at odds with the President-elect over Brexit and the Irish border. Can the US-UK “Special Relationship”be saved?