Recommended Reading / March 20th, 2023 / By Dan Schnur
It seems likely that GOP voters' support for U.S. aid to Ukraine will continue to shrink as the war continues.
Recommended Reading / March 13th, 2023 / By Dan Schnur
The Republican primary campaign has clearly entered a new stage.
Recommended Reading / January 9th, 2023 / By Dan Schnur
As long as members of his caucus disregard pragmatism, McCarthy's path forward will be precarious.
Recommended Reading / November 28th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
The recent RJC meeting may have been the opening skirmish of a long intra-party war.
Recommended Reading / October 31st, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
One side or the other will ultimately have to win the majority, but not without going to great lengths to avoid it.
Recommended Reading / September 19th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
DeSantis and Abbott came to the rescue, by changing the subject from abortion to immigration.
Recommended Reading / September 6th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
In calling out what he sees as threats to democracy, Biden may have done more harm than good.
Recommended Reading / August 22nd, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
Could Cheney play the role of anti-Trump foil in the 2024 election?
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 / May 16th, 2022 / By Dan Schnur
There was once a time when business would simply stay out of the cultural wars. But on this with-us-or-against-us landscape, true believers on both sides are no longer willing to accept such a passive approach.
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
Recommended Reading / January 16th, 2022 / By Tania Israel
The focus on unvaccinated Republicans — instead of on facts that may serve to further narrow the gap — continues politicization .
Bias / December 28th, 2021 / By Antonio Ferme
After relinquishing his support for the proposed Build Back Better bill, Sen. Manchin has been the subject of biased media coverage.
Recommended Reading / November 9th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
These rapid shifts don’t happen often in American politics, and portend potential catastrophe for Democrats in 2022’s midterm elections.
Recommended Reading / July 5th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
From the Center This view is from an author rated as Center. After a weekend when we celebrated our nation’s independence, and as we also mark the six-month anniversary of what history will record as an especially horrific assault on our democracy, the establishment of a select...
Recommended Reading / June 18th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
From the Center This view is from an author rated as Center. A Senate that’s split evenly between 50 members of each party can be a recipe for either compromise or chaos. It’s inevitable that a moderate Senator who doesn’t always vote with his colleagues is going to attract an immense...
Recommended Reading / May 7th, 2021 / By Dan Schnur
From the Center This viewpoint is from a writer rated Center. As Liz Cheney heads for the exit door of Donald Trump’s Republican Party with her guns blazing, it’s difficult to tell whether she represents the GOP’s future or its past. Unlike Mitt Romney, whose defiance in the face of...
Recommended Reading / May 5th, 2021 / By Bella Jasper
Many Americans see the benefits of a college degree, such as opportunities for well-paying jobs. Yet over the years, college costs have become extremely high, both from private and public colleges . This increase has led to more and more debt -- a total of about $1.6 trillion , with the...
News / April 15th, 2021 / By Joseph Ratliff
Georgia’s newest voting legislation has stirred up a hurricane of political sensationalism and media bias this month, leaving much of the public confused about what the law actually does and why it remains controversial. The bill, titled “Election Integrity Act of 2021” or SB 202 , was...
Recommended Reading / April 12th, 2021 / By Sukhayl Niyazov
In our increasingly polarized age, it has become commonplace to attribute our political opponents’ beliefs to their irrationality. Advancements in psychology seem to validate this view: we are prone to confirmation bias, engage in motivated reasoning, and become self-insulated in social...