Aaron Blake at the Washington Post helpfully points out that the Republicans gave up on their government shutdowns in 1995 and 2013 when their poll
It was flattering when Felix Sater reached out to me to see if I would follow up on my idea to write a screenplay based
I don’t usually pay a lot of attention to issue polling. That’s because most of the time the questions are asked out of the context
Mark Zuckerberg has lived a lot of lives for someone who’s still only thirty-four. First, of course, he was simply the Facebook guy—some kid at
Imagine what your assumptions would be about this writer’s point if he had penned these words back in 2012 instead of Tuesday.
But this is America
When I went to work for Harris Wofford in 1995, I knew him only as a legend. By that point, he had already achieved more