The ouster of the Deputy Speaker is evidence of the Democratic Party’s smooth functioning rather than evidence of its disarray.
How too many politicians and an uncompetitive political system combine to annoy us with candidate announcements.
Which politicians get to be redeemed from their past position, by who, and based on what record of accomplishment?
A progressive cold war goes hot as the Cooperative plays its hand strategically for itself and not for the state’s progressives.
Constituents may not be represented if they never get a chance to vote anyone else.
It’s time we spent at least as much time listening the Democratic faithful as we do to the red-hatted supporters of insurrection.
Another stab at the political taxonomy of progressivism in RI, but this time with cats!
Did Potter’s repudiation from the Co-op harm him or the Co-op more?
In the best case scenario, progressive legislators could control the Senate and utterly transform the way the House legislates.
The government is being run by people who are more interested in power and profit than governing well.