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Back then, we didn’t worry about a lot — unless you count the Soviets.
Pride may very well be the downfall of us all.
The Republican party was destroyed in King County during the midterms.
The Bandwagon, card stacking, “plain folks” image, and name calling are all effective propaganda techniques.
We’ve been sold three big lies by sugar and opioid companies.
Democrats understand that building the border wall is too expensive, too inefficient, and will require owners of their property to give up their private land for public use.
The wall is too expensive, but border security is an issue to be addressed.
We haven’t always lived up to our country’s founding concepts.
More than ever, the wealth gap separates our country.
I asked my students if they’d give up their phones for world peace. Only a few said they would.
Everyone uses these strategies to some extent.
Our president raises his base and enflames his opposition at the same time.
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