In this moment of "all the things" it's easy to forget that President Biden should just be getting started.
We need to talk about what we're really talking about when we talk about the filibuster: our desperate need for our leaders to govern.
There is no "too late" here: investigate, prosecute, expel, imprison.
Maybe the uncertainty of 2021 (and 2020) is not pointing to clear answers, but perhaps is giving us something else we need: room to ask questions.
Instead of creating a 3rd caucus in the Senate by electing independents, are we about to see the dream of the bipartisan/antipartisan movement come to…
What do we do when "winning" is no longer correlated with progress?
Is the disconnect between representatives and represented being driven by our increasingly data-driven campaigns?
Hint: it's not about depolarization. Healing requires inclusion. Inclusion requires celebrating, not just tolerating difference.
People often talked about ignoring our nationalized dysfunctional political discourse and focusing locally. Is that even possible? What is polarization…
What do we really mean when we say polarization? Perhaps the reality of American political culture is not as bi-polar as we've gotten used to -- or been…
Other than the fact that our national civic dialog feels like an elementary school food fight, does the increased intensity of political polarization…
He represents a metastatic evolution of Trumpism that reinstitutionalizes a dangerous, backward-looking worldview that will make the transformation that…