The Florida governor’s “How do you do, fellow kids?” strategy has led to some disgraceful far-right content being pushed out in his campaign’s name.
Bonnie Kristian is a journalist and author of Untrustworthy: The Knowledge Crisis Breaking Our Brains, Polluting Our Politics, and Corrupting Christian Community. She is a columnist at Christianity Today and a fellow at Defense Priorities, and her work has also been featured in outlets including The New York Times, The Week, CNN, Politico, and Reason.
There is no reason campaigns should run for a year and a half, and Congress actually has the power to end this political insanity.
From polling minimums, loyalty pledges, and the GOP’s refusal to cooperate with the Commission for Presidential Debates—every scenario looks rosy for the ex-president.
Newly revealed recordings show the former president seems to have known what he was doing was against the law. Will GOP voters care?
Every other available career option seems like it would be small potatoes for the newly unemployed ex-Fox News ratings titan.
Calls for Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein to step down have been met with accusations of sexism and ageism. But senators should be healthy enough to do their jobs.
Despise Florida’s education policies? You’re exactly who should love this new Florida education policy.
While generative AI almost certainly won’t make our politics any better, it probably won’t make things meaningfully worse, because humans have already made them thoroughly bad.
Unnecessary protectionist regulations are making it impossible for American parents to access formula produced in Europe.
Clamping down on information in the name of “protecting” the public is a fool’s errand. It erodes trust in authority and drives people to untrustworthy sources.