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.
We deem only 10 races to be competitive at all, and only six to be up for grabs at this point.
The wind is blowing in a generally Republican direction.
The party’s only mandate was to stop the crazy cavitations of the Trump era.
Checking in from a deep eddy of book tour craziness.
The tale of the 2022 primary season has been told.
Executing a search warrant at a former president’s home is unusual, but there have been plenty of investigations of powerful people.
Could there be a surge in low-propensity voters this fall?
If the president is so unpopular, why aren’t Republicans polling better?
It’s steamy in D.C., so let’s get right to the Mailbag.
How did two countries select such unserious leaders?
The Supreme Court just handed the president a legal win that’s a big loss, politically speaking.
Remember when Bill Clinton encouraged his friend Donald Trump to run for the Republican nomination in 2016?
The January 6 committee's work highlighting Trump's scurrilous post-election behavior can only help Republicans stave off trouble in the next presidential election.
It’s a far cry from just two years ago.
Biden is only the most recent president to be afflicted by the unhealthy attachment to the belief in the power of presidential persuasion in American political life.
Take the weekend off from having political opinions—or at least audibly gurgling about them.