Nine reasons why voting in the primaries shapes elections.
Here we are again. It’s like Groundhog Day but on a four-year cycle. Every time another presidential election rolls around, talk about the potential of a contested convention bubbles up. It appears to be some sort of political pundit parlor… Read More ›
Yesterday felt like everyone was yelling at each other, and no one was listening to the other person. Perhaps that’s a perpetual statement at this point. I mean, the Democrats and the Republicans have pretty big disagreements with each other…. Read More ›