Recommended Reading / August 29th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
The massive Republican advantage that appeared to be defining this critical campaign cycle is much smaller than expected.
Recommended Reading / August 26th, 2022 / By Joseph Ratliff
Can the Forward Party stake out a clear definition of the "sensible" political center? And perhaps most importantly: can it win?
Recommended Reading / August 23rd, 2022 / By Clare Ashcraft
The Forward Party recently merged with the Save America Movement and the Renew America Movement. With Forward's announcement, also came waves of criticism– despite this, there are reasons to believe Forward is both a viable and worthwhile option for Americans.
Recommended Reading / August 22nd, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
Could Cheney play the role of anti-Trump foil in the 2024 election?
Story of the Week / August 12th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
FBI agents reportedly seized about a dozen boxes during the raid.
Recommended Reading / August 8th, 2022 / By Isaiah Anthony
An over-reliance on bipolar labels fuels artificial divides in the country and only serves polarized politics and biased media while widening rifts in the population.
Recommended Reading / August 8th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
The importance of abortion rights as a motivator for voting has increased significantly since the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade.
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 / July 18th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
From the Center Two important developments roiled the debate over reproductive rights last week: one that happened in the real world that you almost certainly heard about, and the other, which took place in Congress, that you might have missed. Both are critically important, albeit for...
Story of the Week / July 14th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
President Biden is facing low approval ratings and frustration from within his own party.
Recommended Reading / July 11th, 2022 / By Upward News Editorial Team
As Democrats move into red states, will they bring their politics with them?
News / June 24th, 2022 / By Joseph Ratliff
Considering switching to another political party? Your vote could really count in 2022 — so if you’re on the fence, it’s worth thinking about where you stand.
Recommended Reading / June 14th, 2022 / By Divided We Fall (author)
American democracy is in crisis. Two commonly proposed reforms seek to strengthen our democracy by attacking partisan polarization directly. One seeks to create an American multi-party system. The other hopes to craft a specific three-party system that adds a strong centrist party to our current two parties.
News / June 13th, 2022 / By Joseph Ratliff
If you read AllSides, you’re probably more politically informed than the average American — but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re actually engaging with your community.
Story of the Week / June 9th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
The House committee probing the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot held its first public hearing Thursday.
Recommended Reading / June 6th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
Despite widespread support for Ukraine here in the United States, there are pockets of resistance emerging on the ideological fringes of both parties.
Recommended Reading / May 31st, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
Kudos to this small number of senators who are willing to buck their parties’ bases to try to find an elusive middle ground.
Story of the Week / May 12th, 2022 / By AllSides Staff
The leak of an initial draft majority opinion suggesting that the Supreme Court may vote to strike down Roe v. Wade overtook the national political discourse this week.
Recommended Reading / April 22nd, 2022 / By Stephen Perkins
Many climate activists today believe that if Congress doesn’t act on climate change right now, we have no chance of survival. But the truth is, we have a number of reasons to be hopeful.
Recommended Reading / April 11th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
Over the next month, Trump-backed primary candidates in campaigns in Georgia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina will be facing off against traditional mainstream opponents