Plus: House dysfunction is hurting U.S. weapons stockpiles.
The party is missing an opportunity to show it can govern.
How much grace is a remorseful coup-enabler owed?
It won’t matter who the speaker of the House is if we don’t safeguard clear, impartial, and competent administration.
A quasi-defense of an execrable leader.
Plus: House Republicans will try once again to find a speaker who can win.
Another week of dysfunction at home and war abroad.
While Joe Biden is gaining momentum, House Republicans can’t even agree to the rules of their own game.
The speakership race enters its ‘Mad Max’ era.
The scandal emerged in 2018, but there is no solid evidence to either support or refute the claim.
The political peril of linking Ukraine and Israel.
Hamas’ attack on Israel shined a light on the left’s war on liberalism.
Plus: Republican candidates split between Nevada’s primary and caucus.
Does Israel deserve a carveout from arguments against nationalism?
Lessons from the humiliation of Jim Jordan.
And the new gag order in Trump’s federal election interference case, explained.