A future history of the Trump coup of 2020
Democrats have been despondent in the wake of yesterday’s 5-4 Supreme Court ruling on partisan gerrymandering…but Democrats should embrace the upsides of their backup plan.
How should Democrats navigate the next 90 days of primary season Hunger Games? Focus on the one issue that matters, and dispense with the rest…
At first glance, the economy should be a huge asset for Donald Trump. Actually, it’s the reverse.
Rudy Giuliani once scoffed that “hope is not a strategy”…but for Democrats in 2020, it should be.
There are rarely easy answers to the question of “what to do next” in politics, and Democrats will have to figure it out in the wake of the release of the Mueller Report. I’d like to suggest four important things.
Democrats have actually stumbled onto the right Idea, but the wrong set of ideas ….and are squandering a chance to do our country – and themselves – a tremendous amount of good
I’m writing a slightly different kind of piece this week. At times, the news of the week and an exploration of underlying political dynamics converge. This is a quick take on why the Mueller Report is good news for Democrats, and Americans more broadly.
In today’s America, what is the opposite of a liberal Democrat? Most people would say “a conservative Republican.” But I would like to argue something different…
Democrats may not agree on how to win in 2020, but there are three mistakes they should agree not to make
Contributor Dr. William Ewell, a professor of political science, explains why voting and election reform was the under-the-radar winner in the midterm elections.
Progressives who want to be more effective and win faster need to re-think tactics
It’s critical to understand both liberal and conservative perspectives on their own terms. That’s why I asked for feedback from Ezra Knowlittle.
In the 1980s we were introduced to the idea of an Iron Triangle in politics that locked out the interests of the people. Today, there’s a New Iron Triangle. And it’s worse.
Republicans in Congress have been able to move considerably to the right with very little consequence. It’s a political paradox, and one that raises two big questions: why, and why is it a problem?
The highest priority in America today is to fix not our policies, but rather the gears of our politics
It’s a pretty compelling narrative. It’s also wrong.