On Friday, the Democrats' Senate candidate in Tennessee said he was a "yes" on Kavanaugh's confirmation.
The crew discusses the latest news in the battle over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
To depoliticize federal courts, we must first depoliticize the selection of federal judges.
An anonymous op-ed from a senior White House official is indeed "gutless," but not in the way the president thinks.
In criticizing Silicon Valley, Trump is attacking the very technology that fueled his rise.
A vote for a Green Party candidate in November is as good as a vote for a Republican-controlled Congress.
Hermes analyzes an exciting election day in Tennessee. Can Democrats pick up a Senate seat or reclaim the governor's mansion?
Many reformist state legislatures are calling for an Article V constitutional convention — a dangerous notion that might actually come to pass.
Does the Missouri Constitution allow the governor to appoint a lieutenant governor when the office becomes vacant?
The war for independence resulted in a better world than if the colonies had remained under British rule.