Across the West, once-powerful socialist parties are hemorrhaging voters as the working class looks elsewhere for shelter from the harsh winds of globalization, a trend Bernie Sanders can’t wish away, says contributor Bill Moloney
The time-tested approach of choosing our presidents through the Electoral College shouldn’t be discarded for a national popular vote approach, argues contributor Ellen Short. Minorities need protection and states deserve a voice.
Ignore the spin doctors opining on what voters “meant,” and the predictions casting 2018 as a telltale for 2020, advises contributor Bill Moloney. This was an utterly routine midterm election.
Election 2018 saw the political wind shifting against us. We can fight the shift and go under, or ride it and rise again. Here are dozen ways to survive this season of political winter.
Politics is not war, it’s an ongoing competition with rules. Politics is not optional, it’s part of the duty we all have as citizens in a free society. And politics is not ultimate, it’s provisional this side of eternity