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Will the Kavanaugh Fight Affect the Midterms?
All the noise about Kavanaugh could encourage the older white voters who usually vote in midterms to show up, but Democratic enthusiasm remains high.
Lessons From the 2018 Primary Season
Things look good for Democrats as the primaries end, but there remain a lot of tossup races.
Democratic Wave May Depend on Millennials Becoming Unusually Motivated to Vote
Midterm elections usually show a major dropoff in turnout from young voters. If that happens this fall, the Democratic “wave” could be minimized.
The Coming Democratic Wave May Be Smaller Than Expected
There are good signs for Republicans that show a Democratic “wave” is no longer certain, but in the end turnout patterns could matter most.
Is Overenthusiasm Worse Than Heckling?
It’s going on five years since I’ve regularly watched late night comedy. In my living room, the Conans, the Colberts, and the Lettermen have […]
Ken Jeong’s ‘Best WTF Moment’ Actually His Acceptance Speech
He takes winning a moon man seriously.
The Catholic League Is Not Pleased With Larry David
And he wouldn’t have it any other way.
Please enjoy this 30-second teaser for ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ in which Larry David furiously attempts to free a GPS receiver from its plastic packaging.