Youngkin’s Supply Side Feint
The governor’s proposed budget amendments would provide some supply-side relief, but he could do a lot more.
DeSantis Just Happens to Criticize the Vaccines Moscow Hates Most
The latest from the Moscow Primary
Update from the Moscow Primary
It’s the Flaming Hare versus De Tortoise
‘Take the Policies’? Seriously?
I fail to see how trade wars, higher government spending, a more complex tax code, and isolationism were the good parts of the Trump Era.
The Moscow Primary
The Kremlin isn’t your typical location for a smoke-filled room. It will have say in the 2024 Republican nominee, however.
Hidden Trends From Election 2022
Patterns that haven’t broken through into the narrative.
Kiggans Won’t Stand Up for Ukraine
As Republican support for Putin grows, the would-be Congresswoman refuses to speak out for the democracy under siege. We can’t risk her becoming another KGBob.
Congressional Leftists Wobble on Ukraine (UPDATE: Then Try to Un-Wobble)
They had a choice between democracy in Ukraine and the tankies just to their left. Seeing that fork in the road, they took it (then un-took it).
Washington Post Backs Supply-Side Reforms
The editors for the paper that put the Establishment in Establishment media add their voices, even though some of the notes are off.
Radical Right Admits It Isn’t Conservative
As the Trumpers go full fascist, they finally acknowledge that those of us who resisted this nonsense were the real conservatives all along.