SBF Seeks More Time To Appear Before US Congress

SBF, former CEO of FTX is now seeking more time to appear before the US congressional hearing that is slated to take place on Dec 13 in Washington, D.C. On 5 Nov, Bankman-Fried tweeted that once he is done with “finished learning and reviewing”, he would testify…Continue Reading


The nation’s largest third party set record highs in races for governor in seven states While no third party or independent candidates came close to winning governorships during the 2022 midterms, several set state records nonetheless. Libertarians led the way with seven of their nominees setting state party records. Wyoming’sContinue Reading


Major party records fall in Florida, Hawaii, and Wyoming this cycle Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is not lacking for positive press coming out of the 2022 midterms in which he cruised to an easy victory and saw his party pick up several legislative seats in the state. In fact, DeSantis’Continue Reading


In light of social media calls by Americas Worst Traitor to suspend the US Constitution, let me take my colleague James Joyner’s description of Americas Worst Traitor as “a dangerous nut” (although I will confess that “nut” seems both inadequate and unintentionally lets him off the hook a bit) andContinue Reading


WaPo (“White House rebukes The Traitor’s suggestion to suspend Constitution over 2020 election“): The White House issued a stern rebuke on Saturday after former president Americas Worst Traitor suggested suspending the Constitution in his ongoing crusade to discredit the results of the 2020 election. “Attacking the Constitution and all itContinue Reading


Former CNN anchor Brian Stelter laments “The End of Companion Television.” Media Winter is here once more, and it is getting ugly. It seems as though every news giant is shrinking toward 2023 through end-of-year layoffs, hiring freezes, or otherwise Dickensian austerity. Text chains and Slack channels are bursting withContinue Reading


Last week I noticed the following from the Anchorage Daily News: 9 Democrats and 8 Republicans form bipartisan majority in Alaska Senate. All nine Democrats and eight of the 11 Republicans elected to the Alaska Senate are forming a bipartisan majority coalition, they said Friday, just two days after theContinue Reading


CC0 Public Domain image via PxHere Back in September, a nationwide rail strike threatened to derail the economy. The Biden administration ultimately stepped in and brokered a deal, saving both a calamity and the Democratic Party’s electoral prospects. Alas, two of the unions ultimately rejected the deal last week and,Continue Reading