David Kanegis believes the Republican Debate was not only a debacle, but a threat to national security. And yet he couldn’t stop watching it.
Is the two party system in America doing anyone any good?
If you think you can separate the wheat from the chaff with IQ tests and snazzy credentials, prepare to be sorely disappointed: because smart people with MAs and PhDs are often blinded by bias. ––– “The intellectual life has a certain spontaneous character and inner determination. It has also a peculiar poise of its own, […]
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 […]
Rahm Emanuel’s reelection as Mayor of Chicago shows the limits of much of modern progressive politics.
Lots of liberals are looking back on the lessons on Ferguson this week, but they seem to be ignoring one of the most important questions.
Celebrities are often some of the most visible people in our politics, but they aren’t always particularly constructive.
If Democrats keep searching for a messiah to lead them to the political promised land, they’ll be perpetually disappointed.
Some liberal commentators claim that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s smaller than anticipated reelection margin is bad news for him. They are completely wrong.
Hillary Clinton’s remarks on the events in Ferguson show that she’s running for president. But that doesn’t necessarily mean she will do a lot to tackle the issue of racial justice.
Guilt can be a powerful motivator in life, but is it a good idea to base a political strategy on it?
The divide between conservatives and liberals is more about what government should do, not how big it should be.
Jamie Utt compiles the essentials for white folks to know before talking about racism.
Compared to their past, the Democrats of today are remarkably united.
One of the biggest myths in American politics is that the other side is always doing much better than you are.