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Republicans Might Regret Pushing Pelosi so Hard on an Impeachment Vote
Voting against the impeachment resolution will effectively insulate vulnerable House members from any blowback should impeachment prove unpopular. It’s hard to see how that helps Republican chances of defeating these members.
How Republicans Could Regain Lost House Seats in 2020
Republicans still face an uphill battle in their effort to regain the House majority. But new data provide a silver lining behind the national cloud.
A U.S. House Forecaster’s Guide
Four types of districts can help us predict the outcome of the midterms.
The House Health-Care Proposal
Meaningful success remains entirely plausible. But the intense emphasis on speed and pure momentum is likely to undermine that prospect rather than advance it now.
Some Early Lame-Duck Lessons
The brief lame-duck session of Congress now underway offers a first indication of what a Republican Congress might look like next year, and the early signals are disconcerting.
A Victory to Last
Conservatives who want to prevent history from repeating itself with yet another Democratic victory in 2016 should learn from previous failures to capitalize on big GOP waves.
How to Replace Obamacare
The ACA cannot be displaced with abstractions and good intentions. What’s needed is a workable and politically viable plan.