Volodymyr Zelensky has become a household name in America, and there is no more ambiguity about the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Plus, ‘Walking Dead’ PACs and mail-in ballot snafus in the Texas primary.
How to change the culture without getting caught up in culture war narratives.
The former president doesn’t care what happens to the Republican Party in Pennsylvania, Georgia, or anywhere else.
After two years in which masks and closures became powerful shibboleths for the American left, letting go is proving very challenging.
Plus: McConnell digs in, Hispanic women for Trump, and remembering P.J. O’Rourke.
How operatives like Steve Schmidt make our politics worse.
An exciting announcement for 2022.
Plus: All eyes on Arizona, grading redistricting, and what happened to Josh Mandel.
Why the Senate has become a safer path to the presidential nomination.
Plus: Elon Musk and shifts in the political spectrum.
Voters very much care about consequences of international affairs, even if they shrug at the underlying cause.