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Inflation Reduction Act Won’t Get Around SCOTUS Climate Ruling. But It Strengthens EPA’s Future Abilities
The new law amends the Clean Air Act – the nation’s primary air quality law – to define several greenhouse gases as air pollutants.
You Do Not, Under Any Circumstances, Gotta Hand It To America Firsters
Russia's war on Ukraine has revived the arguments of 1940–41.
Anti-Abortion Politics Have Always Been The Right-Wing’s Trojan Horse For Racism
Evangelical leaders only seized on abortion as its cudgel for winning elections after religious-right leaders realized it could serve a higher purpose: keeping segregation alive.
Primaries Are Getting More Crowded With Candidates. That’s Good News For Extremists And Bad News For Voters
With votes split among multiple candidates, a candidate may win with a small plurality while being disliked by, or disconnected from, the larger primary electorate.
Regardless Of Sedition Charges’ Outcome, Proud Boys And Others Will Still Seek To Overthrow Gov’t
Research has shown that the more committed members of these extreme right-wing groups believe that the U.S. government is illegitimate and should be overthrown and replaced with one that is based on white supremacy.
How Much Can The Recall Of San Francisco’s Chesa Boudin Actually Tell Us About The National Mood?
Commentators say it’s part of a broader conservative backlash. That's wrong.