For once in your life, Democratic activists, try not to be naïve when it comes to dealing with Republicans.
Don’t be fooled that their motives are moral.
Did 2020 set the bar low enough that it’s safe to hope this year will be better?
Michael Joseph Madigan can play it either way.
Lucinda Williams writes raw, visceral songs filled with beaten-down people liberating themselves from bullies. “I changed the name of this town / So you can’t follow me down,” she sings on “Changed the Locks,” from her 1988 self-titled album. Her new record, Good Souls Better Angels, takes on similar demons, though its antagonists don’t just […]
Coronavirus bailouts are helping big donors while leaving small businesses and families behind.
Mayor Lightfoot channels her inner Mayor Daley.
Also, Attorney General Sessions slams Emanuel, Chicago yet again.
Can GOP leaders and voters make up?
Cruz has a way of insulting the people he works with that would place him firmly in the Scalia tradition.
Immigration, tyranny, and politics as usual
Tough fight ahead for next Attorney General
Words I never thought I’d say—on the bright side, Speaker Madigan held on to his veto-proof majority.
Will senators continue to be allowed to give bills the silent treatment?