The Supreme Court said last month that public employees who disagree with their unions no longer have to pay dues.
How liberals learned to fear the countermajoritarianism they used to practice.
It’s been a busy week. Here’s a distilled version of what’s happened since President Trump introduced his court nominee to the world on Monday night.
How much political capital can Democrats spend on a losing battle?
Without a moderate like Kennedy, the middle will be missing on the Supreme Court — and the views of the American public left behind.