Just one if it’s Adam Kinzinger or Liz Cheney. But the rest are willfully blind to what the Jan. 6 Committee just made clear, again, to those with eyes to see and ears to hear.
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While he’s been focused on winning Republican support for his agenda, he’s risking alienating members of his own party.
They’re in the minority, but they’re doing what’s necessary to protect voting rights. Democratic U.S. senators, who have the majority, need to finally muster up the same courage.
Don’t take my word for it. Just listen to what the minority leader is boasting will happen if he gets to be the majority leader again.
If those two really think bipartisan compromise remains possible, all they need to do is bring 10 Republican senators with them. If not, it’s time to take down the filibuster.
He may frame his support for the filibuster as centrist pragmatism, but it represents the same kind of ideology-over-reality thinking that a new poll shows is sinking the GOP.
It might be funny if the right’s all-outrage, no-ideas approach wasn’t elevating obstructionist cranks into positions of power they use mostly to hawk their branded merch.
The secretary of state has done everything in his power to suppress Black votes—and his own party is still trying to push him out for being insufficiently loyal and cruel.
Yes, Biden and Harris should absolutely ignore the parliamentarian. But even if they don’t, progressives need to show they’ve just begun to fight.
Republicans say they’re against a mob trying to steal one election. What they’re for is clever lawyers trying to steal every election.