The special counsel refused to make a prosecutorial judgement. Congress has the sole ability to determine the president's guilt or innocence.
We can, but only by way of utilitarianism — not pleasurable quarantine.
At last, a decades-old constitutional question is put to rest.
The special counsel's investigation is over. How will the findings shape the remainder of the Trump presidency?
Congress' upper chamber may be undemocratic, but there's an elegant and constitutional fix.
The purpose of life is to find purpose in life.
Senate elections tend to favor Republicans, but Democrats can make gains if they focus on the right states.
The size of Congress is an international outlier. Maybe that's not as bad as it seems.
Political polarization is asymmetric. For voters like me, that's a problem.
Responsible news is less profitable than sensational coverage, creating headaches for professional journalists.