What We Learned From Iowa
February 5, 2016
On Monday residents in Iowa were able to cast the first votes in the 2016 presidential primary race. At the end of th...
The Wedging of America and the Suppression of the Center
November 24, 2015
The United States is made up of about 1/3 moderates and has more Independents than any other party affiliation. As a ...
3 Times Leaders Went Against Their Party For The Greater Good
November 19, 2015
The 113th Congress was rated one of the least productive congresses in history, and the 114th is not shaping up to do...
The Bumper Sticker Party
November 4, 2015
Last week's debate was an inevitable clash between two institutions in crisis: political journalism and the Republica...
NEWS & OBSERVER: A push for the middle
October 23, 2015
RALEIGH - Just so you know, people and organizations are out there trying to put an end to the partisan politics tha...
Can We Call This A Democracy?
October 21, 2015
It is no secret that the two major parties in the U.S have actively worked to rig the election system for their own b...
The Democratic Debate Superlatives
October 19, 2015
Last week CNN hosted the first Democratic party debates. While the political analysts and talking heads are each offe...
October 16, 2015
I'm not sure the Republican presidential candidates really care much about abortion. Yes, there is lots of huffing an...
What I Learned Working For Both Parties
September 16, 2015
With the way many people view government nowadays it is typical for me to get a strange look when I tell someone that...
What Is Your Story?
July 21, 2015
Personal stories matter in politics. Personal stories connect us to the issues. They tie large, abstract issues to pe...
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