Trump’s former VP wants to be a GOP kingmaker, but he’s a man of uncommon cowardice and lacks his ex-boss’ cult of personality.
Max Burns is a Democratic strategist and the founder of Third Degree Strategies, a progressive communications firm. His writing has appeared in outlets including the New York Daily News, Business Insider, NBC News and Buzzfeed. Follow him on Twitter @TheMaxBurns
Having all but won the SCOTUS abortion war—the GOP’s twisted, totalitarian worldview is being laid bare for the entire world to see.
Republicans are in a fit of pique over a “far-left” leaker who might not even exist—all while trying to memory-hole the attack on the Capitol.
The Texas governor made good on his threat to send undocumented immigrants to Washington, D.C., by bus—proving there’s no end to the GOP’s xenophobic depravity.
Red states are engaged in an all-out assault on women’s reproductive rights, while Biden and Democrats sleepwalk toward defeat.
Republicans touted “socialist” Sweden to defend Florida recommending against the COVID vaccine for children under 12. But don’t expect GOP support for universal healthcare.
The left isn’t ready to forgive the conservative Democrats still actively blocking Biden’s most popular proposals.
The president finally admitted he’s going to have to chop up his Build Back Better (BBB) spending plan — in order to save any of it.
Look at Texas, which is now counting prisoners as a way to build up local Republican districts, for a sense of how bad things could get.
Democrats squandered a golden year in 2021, and 2022 isn’t looking any better if the party can’t find a way to protect Americans’ voting rights.