Americans often promote myths over facts.
The “noble experiment” failed to deliver on supporters’ promises of sober blue-collar husbands, attentive fathers, and a productive workforce.
When nine of ten congressional races are now won by the candidate who raises the most money in campaign funds, fundamental decisions about American government look more like auctions than elections. In response, a growing citizen movement is...
We need more women in government.
Today’s loudest singular voice of the poor, rural white takes an antagonistic stance against ‘people not like us.’
Slacktivism’s inherent laziness disqualifies it as a real agent of progress.
It’s not just on the national level that citizen candidates are capitalizing off the public’s widespread disdain for professional politicians.
Roberta Jacobson’s nomination is on hold because of lingering Cold War era resentments toward Cuba.
American citizens themselves are a part of the problem and largely responsible for their marginalized status.
What price did Republican members of Congress pay to plant a victory flag on the grave of the crude export ban?.