The Oregon GOP standoff was merely the most recent escalation of a far-right strategy that has been with us for a long time.
New research finds that the cable channel played an important role in shaping opinion about the GND.
Tennessee has been purging people from its Medicaid rolls, while the legislature is working to promote caps on the program.
A new analysis finds that appeals to racial resentment inspired some white voters to support candidates whose ideology was different from theirs.
A well-funded Medicaid expansion saves lives and money. Yet Utah and 14 other states are applying for work requirements in hopes of strangling the program.
A Cornell University government scholar warns that false claims of voter fraud have dangerous long-term implications.
A lawsuit filed last month by four states attacks the legislation as it resulted in much higher federal taxes for many residents of high-tax states.
The GOP tax plan won't just shift wealth upward—it'll also remove the educational tools that make it possible for people to shift their own class status.
Since the passage of the American Health Care Act, Republican members of Congress have tried to swing public opinion to their side.
Why Obama's election also yielded a strange new obsession with gun rights.
Compassion has often counted as a "maverick" quality in the Holy See. Now Republicans are calling it political.
He-said-she-said has rarely been so fun to read.