Month: February 2022

Supreme Court of The United States

Antonin Scalia was confirmed to the Supreme Court 98-0. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was confirmed 96-3. Joe Biden and Mitch McConnell voted for both of them. Ketanji Brown Jackson cannot expect such bipartisan approval. But why? Senators once believed their constitutional “advise and consent” for Supreme Court nominations meant ensuring that a nominee was professionally qualified …

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Statement by No Labels National Co-chairs Governor Larry Hogan and Senator Joe Lieberman on Ukraine

Statement by No Labels National Co-chairs Governor Larry Hogan and Senator Joe Lieberman: “In this moment of peril and uncertainty, we stand with the defenders of democracy at home and abroad. When Vladimir Putin seeks to divide us, he must see a United States that is united against his aggression. Whatever our domestic policy disagreements, …

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Five Facts on Partisanship and Congressional Districts

The Big Insight: While gerrymandering is one driver of the polarization in Congress and across the country, self-sorting among voters plays an even larger role. Most states have now finished drawing the new congressional maps that will be in effect for the next decade, and even though most analysts say neither party is gaining much, criticism of gerrymandering is …

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Statement on Jan. 6 from National Co-chairs Gov. Larry Hogan and Sen. Joe Lieberman

Many activists, politicians and pundits want to talk about the events of January 6, 2021 every day. It’s the ultimate wedge issue they can use to gin up hatred and division and of course, clicks and campaign contributions. No Labels does not play this game. And we will not base our support for House and …

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