Anger management, Wakanda, the CHOAM monopoly, and the state of Kamala Harris
Trump is running again. It seems to me and to everyone else like his campaign is flailing and he can’t possibly win. At the same time, that’s how it seemed to me and everyone else in 2015. Maybe this time we’re right? I know “everyone underestimated Trump before so they’re probably underestimating him now” isn’t exactly a valid inference. But I can’t help but wonder.
Cameron Parker: If Dems get 51 senate seats, and in theory no longer have to please Joe Manchin, how does that change what's on the policy agenda? Or does it?
The Georgia Senate race is important on a number of levels, and I really encourage anyone who’s able to give Raphael Warnock some money, but it shouldn’t significantly alter the 2023-24 legislative agenda for the simple reason that Republicans are going to control the House. Can some legislation pass with mostly Democratic votes despite a GOP House majority? Yes, in theory, though McCarthy may not allow it. But you’re not going to see a reconciliation bill done that …
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