Typically we think about the right to vote as something won – something gained through protest and persistent pressure on government. Turns out, that is only a small part of the story. This post details the rest of the story.
It’s been called bipartisan for months. It now law. But is it really bipartisan?
Our political system deliberately prevents electoral majorities from dominating government. Is this democracy?
What is government? The answer can clarify how we see political affairs.
Biden calls for mandates and blames the unvaccinated minority. Sharp rhetoric, bold actions but politically risky.
Will Democrats eliminate the filibuster? No. And neither will Republicans. But, filibuster politics does demonstrate the old maxim, “where you sit is where you stand”
Past measles outbreaks offer guide about our COVID-19 future.
After mass shooting involving members of congress, many people attributed blame to heated partisan rhetoric. Why? Does it matter?
The message is clear: Get vaccinated! The data are clear as well. Most people are on board.
Yes, American’s willingness to get vaccinated changed a lot over the past 12 months. See why.