I would want to grow my party, not fragment it more.Read more "If I Were A Democratic Strategist"
As Trump knows, it’s never too early to start campaigning. With Iowa around the corner, here’s more fuel for the Trump fire.Read more "If I Were A Republican Strategist"
Three years removed from the first Brexit vote, here we have a second. You either think they should know better, or you weren’t paying attention to why they voted for it in the first place.Read more "Sound the Alarm"
In 2016, a Trump victory was unthinkable. In 2020, it’s almost unavoidable, that is, unless Democrats recycle a better playbook.Read more "The Unsinkable Donald Trump"
Identity politics is not a left-only game. As is common for conservatives, their exercise in cognitive dissonance is, at this point, as admirable as it is annoying.Read more "Conservative Identity Politics"
Each political party is ready to tear the other one apart. I hope that by the end of it all, we at least have fireworks to distract us from the chaos.Read more "Play the Game (Everybody Play the Game)"
Come one, come all, to speak. Isolationism goes both ways, and if we’re not talking to each other, we’ll keep talking anyway–about each other.Read more "On the Safe Space"
The news is bad, I agree. But focus your energies on what really matters, and laugh at the rest.Read more "Medicine for the News"
Ideological purity has been given the green light. If Democrats aren’t careful with how they jab each other, they’ll lose more voters than they’ll gain.Read more "Purity in Context"
Fahrenheit 451 and 1984 both depict a future devoid of thought, but not awareness. Both protagonists differ very little in their demeanor and the books share such similar commentary about complicity and passive acceptance that they might be taking place in the same literary universe.Read more "INEXTINGUISHABLE: AN OPTIMIST READS 1984 AND FAHRENHEIT 451"