The Democratic Party has begun testing the use of artificial intelligence to write first drafts of some fund-raising messages, appeals that often perform better than those written entirely by human beings.
Fake A.I. images of Donald J. Trump getting arrested in… Continue reading
Governor Glenn Youngkin just gave himself a lot more power to pick and choose Virginia voters. The Republican governor’s administration told state lawmakers in a letter
last week that he was rescinding his predecessors’ policy of automatically restoring the… Continue reading
In 2015, Mark Wake was in a serious motorcycle crash that put him in the hospital for 10 months with a severe brain injury.
“I lost half my head,” he told Wisconsin Watch.
He also lost his… Continue reading
A little-known conservative activist group led by Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, collected nearly $600,000 in anonymous donations to wage a cultural battle against the left over three years, a Washington Post investigation… Continue reading
It is a judicial election like no other in American history.
Thirty million dollars and counting has poured into the campaign for a swing seat on Wisconsin’s Supreme Court, with TV ads swamping the airwaves. The candidates leave no… Continue reading
The U.S. Supreme Court won’t review a congressional redistricting law enacted by the Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature that some voters and Democrats saw as political gerrymandering.
The nation’s highest court said Monday without explaination that it won’t hear an appeal… Continue reading
Former president Donald Trump opened the first mega-rally
of his 2024 campaign by playing a recording of the national anthem sung by inmates charged in the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6
In the 90-minute… Continue reading
Top Senate Republicans broke with former President Donald Trump on Monday over his decision to feature video of Jan. 6 rioters at his weekend rally in Texas
Some disagreed with his judgment in playing a video that exalts… Continue reading
in the Washington Monthly:
I reached out to Eastman for an interview, and to my surprise, he accepted gladly. When we spoke on the phone, he was exactly as I remembered—charming, voluble, seemingly candid, eager to engage in… Continue reading
Now right-wing groups are plotting to weaken ERIC and revive Crosscheck’s faulty approach
. J. Christian Adams has peddled
the false claim that ERIC is a “smokescreen” for Democratic efforts to turn out the vote, which… Continue reading
In response to a FOIA lawsuit
brought by Harvard Law School’s Election Law Clinic on behalf of Columbia political scientist Justin Phillips, the Census Bureau announced today that it will release the data needed to assess the performance of the… Continue reading