A Fable of American Politics Losing Its Religion, Its Mind, and Its Soul (Or: How Donald Trump Came to Dominate the Republican Party)
Jennifer Berkshire talks with Tom Frank, author of Listen, Liberal, on the Democrats’ break with the working class, and why education alone can’t save us.
If you’re paying attention to the debates for 2016 POTUS, the topic of K12 Education is apparently irrelevant.
Iowa matters in ways far beyond who wins on caucus night.
Even if Donald Trump drops out tomorrow he’ll probably still have a lasting negative impact on our politics.
Forget the blow up between Bernie Sanders and the DNC, his answers during the debate show why he won’t be the nominee.
Matthew Rozsa explains why Hillary Clinton still looks like she’s cheating in the Democratic presidential primaries.
Matthew Rozsa explains that fewer people are watching the Democratic presidential debates – by design.
Matthew Rozsa discusses why it’s a shame we can’t have presidents like Joe Biden.
Joe Biden’s upcoming decision on whether or not he runs for president will have a lasting impact on the institution of the vice presidency.
Matthew Rozsa looks at why the word socialism is stigmatized in current politics and how that changes.
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.
Bernie Sander’s run for the White House will be a lot of fun, but he’s not going to win the Democratic presidential nomination.
Forget all the hype, Hillary has won the Democratic nomination already.
Rahm Emanuel’s reelection as Mayor of Chicago shows the limits of much of modern progressive politics.