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Jan 01 2022
This is the last Morning Jolt of 2021. I’ll see you January 3. Let’s close out the year by looking at what 2021 brought us and what 2022 is likely to bring. I think the one word that will most succinctly summarize 2022 is “reckoning.”
I can’t predict specifically what’s going to happen in 2022. But I think I can predict the general theme of the coming year: a reckoning, in the sense ofNational Review
Feb 21 2022
How are different sides of the political spectrum discussing the Presidents Day holiday this year?
The third Monday in February is a U.S. federal holiday, commemorating George Washington's birthday of Feb. 22. Today, the day is used to reflect on Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and other past presidents and their efforts to build the U.S. into a civilized nation. The day is also a goodPolitico International Business Times National Review
Aug 01 2022
Voters will head to the polls in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington state Tuesday to vote in their 2022 midterm election primaries.
In Arizona, Republicans Kari Lake and Karrin Taylor Robson are vying for the party's gubernatorial nomination. Lake is backed by former President Donald Trump; Taylor Robson has the support of former Vice President Mike Pence. In Michigan,The Epoch Times The Hill NBC News (Online)
Jun 22 2022
Voters hit the polls for 2022 primary and runoff elections in Washington D.C., Alabama, Virginia and Georgia on Tuesday.
In D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser won her primary race and will likely win a third term in November. She would be the first D.C. mayor to win a third term since Marion Barry in 1986. In Alabama, Trump-backed Katie Britt defeated Rep. Mo Brooks, and she is expected toFox News (Online News) FiveThirtyEight CNN (Online News)
Jan 01 2022
With 2021 now behind us, writers across the political spectrum have speculated on what to expect from 2022: a year that will likely bring several key political and cultural moments.
Perhaps the most anticipated political event of the year will be the 2022 midterm elections, which will begin on March 1 with the Texas state primaries and end on Nov. 8 with the nationwide generalFinancial Times Vox National Review
Feb 04 2022
The 2022 Winter Olympics began Friday in Beijing, China amid continued COVID-19 concerns and cross-spectrum criticism of the Chinese government.
The Games will run from Feb. 4 to Feb. 20. Global political tensions and COVID-19 restrictions dominated the build-up to the Games, as several countries imposed diplomatic boycotts in protest of China's alleged abuse and oppression of theThe Daily Wire Vice BBC News
Jan 01 2022
The world on the brink of 2022 seems an especially unpredictable, and unsettling, place. For the first time, two FT forecasts this year ask if Russia and China will invade neighbours (we say no, but that may be wishful thinking). Less optimistically, our forecasters warn a more infectious coronavirus variant than Omicron could yet emerge, inflation will not return to US targets, tighterFinancial Times
May 27 2022
This year, state lawmakers, who spent 2021 passing laws that made it harder to vote, have focused more intently on election interference, passing nine laws that could lead to tampering with how elections are run and how results are determined.
Election interference laws do two primary things. They open the door to partisan interference in elections, or they threaten theBrennan Center for Justice
Apr 22 2022
Thirty-six governors’ races. Redistricting. A tied United States Senate and nearly even House of Representatives. Dozens of new state laws revamping how we'll cast our ballots and how they will be counted. A pandemic and economy that repeatedly defy predictions and confound our lives. Americans will have to contend with this complex set of factors as the all-important 2022 midterm electionAARP