Republicans

Limbaugh Was Partly Scalia and Bork’s Fault

The racist talk-show host didn’t just materialize from the free market. A policy change created him.

By Michael Tomasky

Unity Over Bipartisanship

Genuine bipartisanship is largely illusory. To deliver for Americans, Democrats need unity.

By Tom Perriello

Trumpism's Long Tail

Trump lost, but Trumpism still reigns in the GOP. The Republicans' problem, though, is that Trumpism means nothing without Trump.

By Hussein Ibish

Hold Your Fire, Dueling Democrats

Joe Biden won with a coalition that stretched from Bill Kristol to AOC. Success will require foresight and restraint.

By William Galston

Stop Deriding the Base

The Republicans fear their base, and the Democrats hate theirs. It is high time this changed.

By Ari Rabin-Havt