The president-elect has more tools for staffing the new administration than may be apparent—including one that no president has ever used before.
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Before the Capitol siege, I was at the protests and had the sense that anything could happen but that probably nothing would. I was wrong.
Democrats can’t reject all Republicans as deplorables. They need to find the ones they can work with.
The Washington Monthly will be there and can do so much more if you help.
It starts by acknowledging how the GOP is divorced from reality plus offering purpose as well as policies.
He promises to veto the Defense Appropriations Authorization Act if it forces to Pentagon to change the names of bases and ships.
The Senate Majority Leader appears to have significant bruises on his hands and he’s not offering any explanation.
A powerful presentation by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse at Barrett’s confirmation hearing demonstrated how they’re doing that.
First, fight like hell to keep infectious and potentially infectious members from voting.
A strategy of delay, not whining, stands the best chance of killing the nomination