The writers of our collective show have gotten a little heavy-handed in their symbolism.
Musa al-Gharbi writes in The Nation.
1996 might be the last time that the bases of both parties were generally satisfied that the outcome of the presidential election was legitimate.
This does not “cement” Biden’s victory in the state, as some reports indicate. It does, however, make it harder to undo.
To be clear, the Third Circuit has only agreed to consider briefs.
The notion that an algorithm could be “broken” sounds crazy — let alone broken by an unanticipated and overwhelming surge of support for one candidate.
Republicans are going to need every vote they can get in the Georgia run-offs, which makes starting a Republican civil war in the state a very bad idea.
This is the Democratic foreign policy establishment — the figures who generally infuriate the progressive grassroots.
It’s a disgrace that she ever got within a hundred miles of a president’s legal team.
The development comes after the lawyer already was raking in donations through a 501(c)(4).