We pretend core subjects are dogma-free; they aren’t. Here’s the right approach for teachers of all political persuasions.
Matt Sweetwood agrees on the middle ground approach the President took on gun control. He wishes it had been more alliance building than partisan, however.
Forget the blow up between Bernie Sanders and the DNC, his answers during the debate show why he won’t be the nominee.
So here we go, ace! Here are some real world, multi-partisan, trans-denominational, hyper-humanistic suggestions and quick fixes that would ameliorate, alter, and save the greatest retail seasonal day ever (while possibly generating a cavalcade of new traditions and TV specials).
Yes. It is a real campaign. But Cody Ross Romero wants you to have nothing to do with it. Here is why.
Tuesday’s debate shows that despite all the media claims to the contrary Hillary Clinton is still easily winning the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The Vermont Senator has vaulted ahead of Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire in a recent poll, but at this point that doesn’t mean a whole lot.
Liberal’s obsession with the presidency is one of their biggest problems these days. So it’s official, the grassroots campaign to draft Elizabeth Warren formally titled “Run Warren Run” has dissolved. As a liberal I personally think Elizabeth Warren is a great senator and am glad to see more liberals getting involved in the nitty gritty […]
Recent Gallup polling shows that taking from the rich to give to the poor is becoming more and more popular.
Rahm Emanuel’s reelection as Mayor of Chicago shows the limits of much of modern progressive politics.
The president is pretty popular all things considered. Ed Kilgore had some fun yesterday poking fun at our chattering classes’ theory of a second term collapse in Obama’s popularity: While we are staring at Obama’s numbers, it’s worth taking a look at some of the internals, particularly as they bear witness to the accuracy of […]
Matthew Rozsa explains how bigotry and lack of honor go hand-in-hand.