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No, conservatives didn’t “win” anything

By Stephanie Wang In a somewhat-surprising decision Thursday, the Supreme Court upheld nearly the entire Affordable Care Act—a huge blow to conservatives, libertarians and Republicans. While it was not entirely…

SCOTUS to POTUS: Individual Mandate Constitutional

It’s official: The individual mandate has been ruled constitutional by the Supreme Court. After a whirlwind of confusion, the individual mandate was upheld by a majority of Justices including John…

Partisan games and the Supreme Court: ObamaCare edition

By Jessica Huseman Unless you’re trapped in a box, or maybe Canada (which is worse?), you know that the U.S. media is exploding with pontifications on what the Supreme Court’s…

Boehner change-up has implications for the future

By Stephanie Wang Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced earlier today that he is replacing his chief of staff, Barry Jackson, with his deputy chief of staff, Mike…

Walker wins recall. What now?

  As I suspected earlier, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has won the recall. After two years of demonstrations, angry union workers kicking up dust in the media, Wisconsin legislators walking…

In final hours, Walker still ahead in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker may be a controversial figure, but all signs point to him winning today’s recall election. Even though Walker, probably the ballsiest Republican governor currently in office,…

Introducing the new Politically Inclined

Welcome to the new Politically Inclined! Jessica and Stephanie (read about us here) are re-launching the site in order to provide Gen Yers with the national politics news that affects…