Our Lack of Civil Discourse Encourages Hyper-Partisanship
October 18, 2017
Hyper partisanship has become the norm in today’s society because we the people no longer are able to engage in polit...
A Primer on Political Soft Money
October 16, 2017
Start with three questions: If you keep your front door bolted and alarmed against burglars but your porch door is ...
Finding Common Ground On Gun Policy
October 11, 2017
Where do we even begin after Las Vegas? The shooting was so calculatingly evil, so tragic for the victims and so sad ...
Two Parties Full of Empty Promises; Elect Independents to Reform Tax Code
September 19, 2017
The Republicans are now saying that tax reform is their next legislative priority. Is tax reform likely to happen? Al...
Campaign Finance Reforms Could Change Our Elections
September 5, 2017
It’s an open secret that elections in the United States are as much affected by money as they are by votes. A mediocr...
How Dark Money in Politics Can Be Harmful
September 3, 2017
Editor's note: This guest post was written by Kate Harveston, blogger for Only Slightly Biased, and the views express...
Finding Common Ground: 5 Key Ways to Bridge the Hyper-Partisan Divide on Infrastructure
August 18, 2017
Remember all that talk about infrastructure during the 2016 presidential campaign? America needs massive new investme...
Ballot Access Reforms Are a Necessity. Here's Why.
July 24, 2017
Political advisor and author Mark McKinnon says that “A messy participatory process is representative democracy at it...
Finding Common Ground: Health Care
July 19, 2017
If only we had a handful of Centrist Independents in the U.S. Senate right now to be the catalyst for a more construc...
On the National Debt
July 1, 2017
Editor's note: This guest post was written by Andrew Hicks, blogger for youthinmoderation.org, and the views expresse...
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