Boiling Frogs

Every weekday Nick Catoggio, formerly Allahpundit, offers a running commentary on how populism is changing the world—and America’s most popular political parties.

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Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

Who’s to blame for the pace of Trump’s January 6 trial?

Fear of Commitment

On the protest votes—both of them—in Michigan.

The Least Bad Option

Should Joe Biden be replaced as nominee at the Democratic convention?

No Peace

Nikki Haley and ‘the 40 percent.’

In Limbo Fertilization

The GOP’s IVF nightmare.

A New Cope

Is Joe Biden getting a raw deal from the media?

The Acceptance Stage

Nikki Haley confronts her post-Republican future.

The Last Redoubt

Why Trump’s foreign policy hasn’t conquered the GOP—yet.

There’s a Tucker Born Every Minute

On Alexei Navalny and coin-operated grocery carts.

A Party of One

How to interpret, or overinterpret, New York’s special election.

The Price of Cowardice

Three years later.

Quitting Time

Traditional Republicans are ditching Congress—with one curious exception.

Moment to Moment

The bill has come due on Joe Biden’s age.

The Disqualification Scenario

Let’s pretend.

The Scapegoats

A crisis of leadership in a weak, divided party.

Mood: Disorder

What being a loyal Republican means now.