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The midterms were just as much about emotions as it was issues.
I understand the pull of a charismatic leader that puts the blame of life’s woes on others.
Some details in the 1987 book are still relevant today.
“A partisan reputation… is going to cause very serious harm to the status and integrity of the decisions of this court in the eyes of the country.”
Politicians can only hope they have made the right choices and that their constituents vote them in/back into office.
Even non-partisan city council races feel the heat.
If you have enough money and political power, you can probably find an expert to endorse your position.
The definition of identity politics: “Political attitudes or positions that focus on the concerns of social groups identified mainly on the basis of gender, race,… Continue reading
All our major trading partners are feeling the effects of tariff increases.
Nothing else makes much sense.
History from the time of Harry Truman teaches us that presidents have very little influence on the economy.
My grandkids were fascinated and played with intensity. Two of them formed an alliance against me for a time to keep me from conquering the world. I, of course, took advantage of all the “teachable moments.”
Knowing and understanding tribalism can offer a solution to the divisions at home and abroad.
Being kind to others, especially those who have harmed or hurt us, comes as a result of seeing others as our equals.
The Supreme Court clearly held that cake decorating (or flower arranging) is a form of free speech, and therefore protected under the First Amendment.
Foreign leaders are left confused and unsure whether the U.S. will follow through with its foreign commitments.
Don’t get caught up in the techniques people use to ignore rational arguments.
The 14th Amendment equal protection clause does not negate the First Amendment religious freedom clause.
A new study finds white people may become more intolerant as America becomes less white.
Many questions will be answered by the nation’s highest court this summer.