The GOP will use the census to manipulate the country and elections for the next ten years.
Clinton’s stunning loss in Wisconsin was blamed on her failure to campaign in the state.
Kris Kobach and his Trump-appointed voter fraud panel aren't interested in election integrity, but learning about how to ensure Republican wins in perpetuity.
Ari Berman discusses Donald Trump and Kris Kobach's plans to take Kobach's voter suppression scheme nationwide with this so-called voter fraud panel.
MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid and her panel discuss the impact of voter suppression on the 2016 presidential election and Trump's pick of Kris Kobach to lead a so-called "voter commission."
With the final presidential debate on foreign policy coming up this Monday, Rachel Maddow again reminded us of the fact that Mitt Romney, with no real experience of his own, is just reassembling George Bush's foreign policy team and hoped that this
Here we go again with MSNBC's replacement in the afternoon for Martin Bashir's show, The Cycle, after Bashir moved into Dylan Ratigan's old time slot, and more proof that the network really screwed the pooch with giving S.E. Cupp a spot as one of
While discussing Florida's history of voter suppression on this Sunday's Up w/Chris Hayes, former RNC chair Michael Steele did his best to try to pretend that one, Republicans really don't want to keep people from voting and two, that there's no racism involved with what they're doing across the country with purging these voting rolls.
In 2005, when Florida was considering its insane stand-your-ground-or-perhaps-chase-down-an-innocent-black-teenager-and-shoot-him law, state senator Dan Gelber was a voice of reason. Gelber, when asked what he thought of legislation that would
Ari Berman, who was our guest here at a C&L book chat for his new book, "Herding Donkeys," has this thought-provoking op-ed piece in the Times. He says the Democrats would be better off without the Blue Dogs, even if they lost the majority: With
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