by Joe Kirby A fourth-generation South Dakotan and a lifelong Republican, I was once again disappointed this month when another legislative session came to an end marked […]
Trump didn’t form a populist coalition; he was the result of one
They’re still there, planted in front of stately homes in wealthy suburban neighborhoods, on flagpoles in middle-class communities and along the front stoops of inner-city row houses. […]
Governor, House Republicans not on the same page
The most common question heard under the State Capitol dome when discussing a particular bill is, “Do you have the votes?” The merits of legislation, or the […]
Is McConnell’s post-Trump strategy working?
by Karl W. Smith Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has a knack for making everyone mad. With his vote against former President Donald Trump’s impeachment, he angered […]
One of the good guys goes
by Keith C. Burris The announcement by Sen. Rob Portman that he will retire at the end of his current Senate term is bad news for Ohio […]
New party that spans ideological divide?
by David Jolly As a new era has begun in American politics, the always gracious Joe Biden was right to promise in his inaugural address that, while […]
Frich decries reporting on social media post
MORGANTOWN — Former Republican Delegate Cindy Frich recently posted on her Facebook page an explicit meme directed at a transgender nominee for a federal health post, Rachel […]