We've written before about the slow burning fight inside the Democratic party between its liberal and progressive wings (believe it or not, there is a difference). That fight has been playing out in the primaries this year, with progressives winning here and there, but falling far short of remaking the party in their image.
An appropriate story for the summer months from our friends at the Tax Foundation -- just how much does your state tax beer? Though the figures vary from state to state, it turns out no matter where you live, government adds quite a bite to your pint of bitter:
The Supreme Court sided with a Colorado baker who refused to create a custom wedding cake same sex couple as the baker said doing os would violate his religious beliefs. But there's more to this ruling than the headline.
Even motorcycles parked near the house are covered by the Fourth Amendment.
The Transportation Security Administration has long been a thorn in air travellers’ sides. The long lines, coupled with the sometimes outrageous and intrusive searches of toddlers, the elderly, and the disabled leave us wondering just how much worse air travel can get.
The progressive group “Our Revolution” was supposed to storm the Democratic primaries this year, pushing establishment Democrats out of the way and electing progressives in their places.
Another school shooting brings with it another round of hot takes, recriminations, and calls to “do something.”
What should that “something” be? If one is a Democratic senator, such as Connecticut’s Chris Murphy, it’s summed up in a Tweet: