Bipartisanship is dead. Kill the filibuster next

US Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona (credit: DonkeyHotey)

Kyrsten Sinema is not giving up on the filibuster.

“It’s no secret that I oppose eliminating the Senate’s 60-vote threshold,” the Senator from Arizona wrote in an op-ed for the Washington Post. Her support for retaining the filibuster “is based on what is best for our democracy,” she goes on to write. “The filibuster compels moderation and helps protect the country from wild…

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Skylar Baker-Jordan has been writing about UK and US politics and culture for more than a decade. His work has appeared at The Independent, Salon, and elsewhere

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Skylar Baker-Jordan

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Skylar Baker-Jordan has been writing about UK and US politics and culture for more than a decade. His work has appeared at The Independent, Salon, and elsewhere

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