Recommended Reading / August 1st, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
Vulnerable Democrats would benefit greatly from the chance to win over decisive 2022 swing voters by touting a police funding package.
Recommended Reading / February 22nd, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
Catchphrases can win the hearts of the intended audience while also being very polarizing, creating a similar motivating impact on the opposition.
Recommended Reading / February 7th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
As public safety emerges as a serious vulnerability for Democrats, the president and his advisors decided they needed to address the issue more forcefully.
Recommended Reading / September 24th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
The most disappointing thing about the police reform negotiations is how close they were to success.
Facts & Data / August 12th, 2021 / By Andrew Weinzierl
About 65% of Americans are currently dissatisfied with the nation’s policies to reduce or control crime, more than any time in the 21st century. This comes as President Biden’s approval rating on crime sits at 38% and the percentage of Americans that think crime is “extremely serious” sits at a 20-year high.
Common Ground / July 26th, 2021 / By Hyria Stuart
The subject of U.S. policing is contentious. But recent surveys show many areas of overlap when it comes to police reform.
Recommended Reading / February 24th, 2021 / By Henry A. Brechter
From the Center This viewpoint is from a writer rated Center. Minneapolis, the city where a worldwide movement began last summer after the death of George Floyd, is back in the news again. Well, not really. There are undoubtedly newsworthy things happening in Minnesota. The Minneapolis...
Recommended Reading / January 5th, 2021 / By Bella Jasper
The public was very aware of police behavior in 2020. George Floyd and Breonna Taylor became household names, and widespread protests took place around the country. As we start the year 2021, is there any hope for bipartisan police reform? Surprisingly, Republicans and Democrats can agree...
Bias / October 2nd, 2020 / By Henry A. Brechter
Media coverage differed greatly between left and right, and from source to source, after a woman was charged with attempted murder for allegedly driving through a group of protesters and severely injuring two pro-Trump demonstrators Saturday in Yorba Linda, Calif. Tatiana Turner can...
News / September 24th, 2020 / By AllSides Staff
This article is part of our Trump vs. Biden Perspectives Blogs series , in which we'll analyze and explain where Donald Trump and Joe Biden stand on major issues leading up to the 2020 presidential election . This blog will examine each candidate's stances on matters pertaining to the “...
News / August 4th, 2020 / By Hirsh Joshi
This year’s Democratic National Convention will take place from August 17-20 in Milwaukee (otherwise known as the second best city on Lake Michigan), where former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to be crowned the party’s nominee for president. But weeks before Milwaukee is set to...
Story of the Week / June 11th, 2020 / By Henry A. Brechter
Sign up here to receive the Story of the Week in your inbox every Thursday. Calls to defund the police have rung out nationwide after George Floyd's death at the hands of law enforcement last month. Prominent Democrats recently introduced a bill aimed at significant police reform . Many...
News / June 10th, 2020 / By Dan Schnur
What a difference a hashtag makes. When Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser had the phrase “Black Lives Matter” painted in immense letters on a city street directly adjacent to White House last week, she drew a stark line between President Trump and the protestors who had populated that...