Partisan postcards to strangers: A strong demonstration of not only how important volunteer contributions are to contemporary campaigns but also the increasing engagement of partisan Americans.
It turns out that Americans may not only cast ballots more regularly than voters in most other countries, we might also do so with far greater frequency. American voters are asked to vote more and more often than we may appreciate – and this is dragging down participation.
That police who break the law are held to a wildly different standard than normal civilians is not a political position – it is a political fact.
And police unions are at the heart of it.
“Call us in two weeks for what to do because we have no idea what our advice will be in two weeks.”
This is what my doctor said about my COVID quarantine.
We really, really screwed this up.
“What is happening in North Korea” is a question that is always being asked because it is always difficult to answer.
What do we know about Kim Jong Un’s health and the state of the corona virus in North Korea?
America already incarcerates more people than any country on the planet and US law enforcement has a troubling record of inventing fake crimes to arrest people for; Congress should not be making it easier for innocent Americans to go to prison
Whatever the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak, the dismantling of the Chinese Communist Party will most not likely not be one of them. In fact, it’s unlikely that there will be any significant reforms of the Party at all.
There is one thing in Trump’s foreign policy that deserves praise — reminding everyone of the realities of contemporary international relations. It is reminiscent of the strategy employed by President Ronald Reagan.
From luring YouTube’s biggest stars to sing Chinese nationalist songs on Chinese social media to demanding that US airlines not refer to Taiwan as its own country to threatening the visa status of a guest in their country for posting videos online, China is expanding its influence.
Using his own money to fund his campaign is not an indictment of America’s political system. In fact, Michael Bloomberg’s presidential campaign is proving that money in politics is neither corrosive nor undemocratic. Quite the opposite.