The Unnecessarily Partisan Politics of Medicaid

On Jan. 11, the Trump administration announced it would begin allowing states to force Medicaid recipients to work in order to receive the program’s benefits. Since then, 10 states have applied for the federal waivers […]

Entangled in the Errors of Our Leaders

The wave of sexual assault accusations following the Harvey Weinstein scandal has found its way into politics, with Senate candidate Roy Moore, a Republican from Alabama, and Senator Al Franken, a Democrat from Minnesota, both […]

The Republicans are ‘Ready for Hillary’ too

The Republican field is shaping up to be diverse and competitive, a welcome change from the circus of flubs, gaffes, and wing-nut lunacy that was the 2012 nomination contest. But while the Republican race will […]