Stirewalt on Politics
Chris Stirewalt, a political news veteran, uses his decades of experience to provide context (and some humor) when explaining what happened this week in national politics.
Republicans are setting themselves up for a crisis of overconfidence.
The former president has planned a different kind of counterprogramming for the GOP debate.
Voters have not yet forced themselves to consider the choice that seems likely to await them next year.
His fight for the survival of the GOP.
There’s never a good time to have a leadership change, but some times are worse than others.
No one—except for a few hardliners—wants to hear about lockdowns and mask mandates.
There are downsides to skipping, and downsides to showing up.
Parties ignore long-term trends about ancestry at their peril.
Thinking about the Senate affects the plans of party tastemakers when choosing a presidential nominee.
DeSantis, Trump, and Biden rack up big debts with general election voters.
Mark your calendars for February 2024.
The party would benefit from coming to a consensus on abortion.
A Biden-Trump rematch in 2024 would get ugly.
Our broken primary system sets few barriers to entry beyond a lack of shame and consuming appetite for celebrity.
Republican candidates for 2024 struggle to respond to Trump’s indictment.
How far will Hunter Biden go to avoid consequences while Donald Trump faces his own legal challenges?