Pence Tries to Have It Both Ways Regarding January 6

He says history will hold Donald Trump responsible, but he has little interest in helping history reach its conclusion.

The Schism Is Here

Republicans are fracturing over Ukraine.

Alaskan Oil and National Politics

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Who Needs the MSM?

The 2024 GOP field will likely see little use for mainstream journalists. For some candidates, that might be a mistake.

How ESG Became a Right-Wing Flashpoint

Plus: ‘Anything that gets you asking me questions about Jan. 6 instead of asking me about inflation, I think is a bad idea for Republicans.’

The Power of a Bad Idea 

Howell Cobb used phony theological, pseudo-scientific babble to argue for the perpetuation of slavery.

Our Best Stuff on Tucker Carlson, the CHIPS Act, and 2024

Plus: It’s been three years since the pandemic got real.

Trump’s Twisted Nationalism

To the former president, making America great again is about nothing more than making himself the most important person in the world.

A Pyrrhic Prosecution

Bad vibes about New York’s looming Trump indictment.

Stirewaltisms: Fail Fast

The most valuable attribute in a candidate might be knowing when to quit.

The Right to Choose

Is it wrong for governors to penalize corporations for their political choices?

Choose Your Own Adventure

Fox, January 6, and the unknowable truth.

Will Glenn Run?

Plus: D.C. home rule splits Democrats, Florida’s legislative session begins, and Larry Hogan discusses his decision not to run for president.

McCarthy Puts Republicans in a January 6 Bind

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson debuts his latest round of January 6 revisionist history.

How Fox News Created a ‘Safe Space’ for Its Audience

The network didn’t want to upset its audience with the truth about the 2020 election.

Video: January 6 Revisionism, D.C. Crime, and CPAC

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