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Feb 27 2023
Perspectives BlogFrom the Right
Growing up in the Texas suburbs, almost every errand was at least a 30-minute commitment.
You’d have to get in your car, drive down a six-lane road, park in a lot double the size of the business, and then repeat the process to drive home. America’s bias toward car-dependent communities has made our people – and our climate – worse off.
I recently had theStephen Perkins
Jun 10 2022
Four years ago, Michael Steele and Donna Brazile sat down together in Charlottesville, Va., to discuss ways a Republican and a Democrat can bridge the divide on issues of race, despite their partisan differences.
Steele, a former chairman of the Republican National Committee, and Brazile, who led the Democratic National Committee, reconvened Tuesday to find common ground onThe Fulcrum
Jun 27 2022
The way that the media and politicians frame the abortion debate makes it seem like Americans share little common ground on both a moral and constitutional level — but data has rebuked this idea.
The abortion debate has been at the forefront of national media and politics since last Friday when the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, which decriminalized abortionAllSides Staff
May 12 2023
The US Supreme court has sided with a California law mandating pork sold in the state come from pigs raised in humane conditions.
The court yesterday (May 11) upheld California’s Proposition 12 (Prop 12), which forbids the in-state sale of whole pork meat that comes from breeding pigs (or their immediate offspring) that are “confined in a cruel manner”—regardless of whether they’reQuartz
Jul 20 2020
In the year before Donald Trump was elected president, Jordan Blashek, a Republican Marine, and Chris Haugh, a Democrat and son of a single mother from Berkeley, formed an unlikely friendship. Over the months, Jordan and Chris’s friendship blossomed not in spite of but because of their political differences. So they decided to hit the road in search of reasons to strengthen their bond in anAllSides Staff
Sep 25 2023
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) – SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) – On Tuesday, work will begin on the Sioux Falls One Stop location that will house 12 state agencies. The groundbreaking for the 280,000-square-foot building starts at 2:30 p.m. at its Dolley Farm location. Dream Design International, who also worked on the Rapid City One Stop in 2022, will again design the new building. The followingKeloland
Feb 02 2023
President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy met in the Oval Office for more than hour Wednesday, and afterward McCarthy called it a "good first meeting," suggesting the two men might find a compromise over spending.
At the same time, he said there were "no agreements" and "no promises" made.
The highly anticipated meeting, the first the two men have held since McCarthyABC News (Online)
Feb 01 2023
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) emerged from his meeting with President Joe Biden confident there is "common ground" between them regarding raising the debt ceiling.
McCarthy described his first sit-down with Biden as president as "good," saying the pair agreed "to continue the conversation." The speaker added there is "an opportunity here to come to an agreement on both sides" "Washington Examiner
May 21 2023
Oregon has long been seen as a quirky state whose main city was satirized in a TV comedy, where rugged country folk and urban hipsters could get along and political differences could be settled over a pint or two of craft beer. But with a Republican walkout in the Democrat-controlled Oregon Senate in its third week, Oregonians these days are wistfully recalling “The Oregon Way,” whenThe Oregonian