When a majority of the members of a political party enthusiastically deny reality—consistently and for months on end—we should acknowledge that most of them sincerely savor their collective delusion.
People who feel like they’re under attack will look for any reason to fight. So fighting is what the Republicans are now all about.
One year after the bedlam on Capitol Hill, the nation is more divided than ever. But regardless of our political viewpoints, most of us recognize the significance of January 6.
With politics becoming as rigidly a part of one’s identity as race or generation group, asking a conservative to vote Democrat is like asking them to drink kale smoothies while listening to NPR in their Prius.
“Forgive and forget” is great advice for one’s personal life, but for a country, it can be suicidal, writes Daniel Cubias
The Republicans have a radical vision for America. Just don’t call it patriotism or democracy, writes Daniel Cubias.
In his first column as Political Editor, Dan Cubias sets the record straight
Why a 60-year-old psychological experiment explains the continued allegiance to Trump