Today I Voted for Everyone

Does real, lasting change come from anger and vitriol or compassion and inclusion? You decide…

Democratize The Electoral System

We must finally and fully scrap the undemocratic Electoral College system.

Bernie’s Not Done Yet

Winning Wisconsin won’t fix Bernie Sanders’ superdelegate problem.

DSM as Political Guidebook

Trying to understand what the heck is wrong with our politicians? Understanding psychiatry may help.

Obama Needs to Stop Undermining Sanders

President Obama is wrong for trying to convince Democratic donors that Clinton’s victory over Sanders is inevitable.

Assassin’s Cry Unity: The Approach to (Maybe) Voting for Hillary Clinton

“When millions of people of people stand up and fight, they win!” — Bernie Sanders

A Personal Awakening on Racism in America

Donald Trump’s initial refusal to disavow David Duke reveals the prevalence of racism in America.

Trump: What We Get for Caring More About the Super Bowl than Politics

Trump is a maniac, but he might be exactly the maniac we need.

A Travesty, Manipulation, Un-American & Wrong

Donald Trump supporters have a reason to be angry… and so should all Americans!

Why I Admire Hillary Clinton’s Toughness

Matthew Rozsa explains a quality he admires about Hillary Clinton.

A Man, a Judge and a Lightning Rod

The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia adds to the political turmoil of the US. Is this a fitting irony, or is there a way forward? John Holland examines the implications.

One Thing Every Candidate is Missing When Discussing National Security

“If we don’t address this vital ingredient in a national security strategy, our ruthless, many-headed terrorist enemies will find our country to be easy prey.”

Jon Stewart Crashes Stephen’s Monologue

In the current media climate, sometimes you’ve got to get Trump-esque in order to get your voice heard.

Can Iron Man and Captain America Lead America in 2016?

Matthew Rozsa explores the political lessons in the upcoming “Captain America” sequel.

If Donald Trump Becomes President, it’ll Be Our Fault for Treating Him Like a Celebrity

Jill Di Donato and Matthew Rozsa discuss how Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy has been enabled by America’s obsession with celebrities.

Voting for Humanity

In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” Matt wants to vote for babies and a man in line to vote has a possible heart attack.