Plus: The Democratic schism over Israel.
Rep. Lauren Boebert tends to make everything about the least important issue in America—herself.
All recent speakers say they want to, but it never really happens. Why?
What we can learn from his work for the Christian legal advocacy group Alliance Defending Freedom.
In the GOP’s speaker mess, the bad guys win again.
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.
Plus: Republican candidates split between Nevada’s primary and caucus.
Lessons from the humiliation of Jim Jordan.
What Jim Jordan’s sinking speakership bid tells us about one of Washington’s iron laws.
As Jordan scrambles to secure the votes for House speaker, some Republicans fret about his fundraising chops.
Why shouldn’t blue-district House Republicans switch parties?
Plus: Doug Burgum talks about his underdog campaign.
Lawmakers are backing Israel in next phase of conflict.
The Republican conference passes up an opportunity for unity.