If the Democrats and Republicans each have 50 seats in the Senate, who leads? Here, I answer the most frequently asked questions about this scenario.
This is a quick story about social media, voting rights, and talking to the other side. Last week I made a spur of the moment decision to dip my toe into TikTok. I have a friend who is a fierce… Read More ›
A collection of my favorite editorial cartoons from this past week.
Some good news and bad news in the fight for voting rights.
A handy list of major elections happening in the United States in April 2021.
Political Charge hits a milestone of 1,000 published posts.
Editorial cartoonists cover the big news stories from the past week.
Last night, the Georgia governor signed an elections bill into law that amounts to nothing less than voter suppression. Here’s what we can do about it.
A reflection on my personal journey of caring about gun reform.
A short explainer about the fight to make Washington DC the 51st state in the union.
Editorial cartoonists cover this week’s news.
There are elections happening all year round, so it’s great that there are organizations already postcarding to register and turn out Democrats! Learn what they’re up to and how to sign up.
The Bipartisan Background Checks Act passed in the House, so now it heads to the Senate. Get caught up on this important legislation and what you can do.
Senator Joe Manchin is in the news a lot now, because he represents the key 50th vote in the Senate. Let’s look at Manchin’s background to see what clues there are for how he might operate under President Biden.
A roundup of editorial cartoons covering this past week’s top news stories.
The COVID Relief Bill is an enormous piece of legislation that does many things. Here are 5 great provisions in it that you’ve probably haven’t heard about yet.
There is an outright assault on voting rights across the country right now. But, there is also some good news regarding voting, so let’s look at that.
A quick rundown on President Biden’s Cabinet nominees. Who has been confirmed, who has been approved but not yet received a vote, and who is still stuck in committee.
A roundup of some of the best editorial cartoons covering the week’s top political news stories.
Three big news stories all converged on the Senate at the end of this week. Read up on all the details here.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on a voting rights case out of Arizona. Here’s what happened.