Recently, Two of the last five elections were won without gaining the most votes (40%), vs all of US history – 5 Presidents elected out of 58 elections lost the popular vote (9%). Has the system been hacked?
Liberalism is the belief that government should step in during certain instances where capitalism fails to produce equality before the law.
Biden’s approval rating is higher than past Presidents Recent polls on FiveThirtyEight show Biden’s approval rating above 50% of the population. By contrast, President Trump’s approval rating never rose above 50%. And Obama’s was below 50% for most of his presidency. The Biden administration Is just getting started and things could change. But for now, […]
Liberals Usher in the Return of Civil Disagreement The country’s political divide and uncivil disagreement has deepened considerably in the last two decades. Under the Trump administration, things reached a boiling point. Trump supporters were intolerant of any criticism of their president, while liberals were quick to criticize his every move. Things seem to be […]
Biden Must Find a Way to End Vaccine Hesitancy The country anxiously awaits a return to normal. Medical professionals and epidemiologists agree vaccines are the pathway to reopening and resuming normal life. But many Americans say they will not get the vaccine when it’s available to them. Biden must find a way to end vaccine […]
Wisdom Behind Biden’s ‘Help is Here’ Tour President Biden’s “Help is Here” tour across several states is intended to convey a message. He and Vice President Harris are traveling to promote the pandemic relief bill that was signed into law in early March. Biden’s decision to tour the United States to sell Americans on the […]
Congress Should be Mindful of COVID Bill Goals Debates about the COVID-19 bill goals have occupied Congress for weeks. The debates have largely centered on two things. First, there’s disagreement about whether an increase to the minimum wage should be included in the bill. And second, there’s disagreement about what the income threshold should be […]
Two Liberal Arguments Against Loan Forgiveness Millions of Americans are excited by the prospect of student loan forgiveness. The topic was popular on the campaign trail among Democratic candidates, including Joe Biden. There seems to be growing consensus in the liberal party that student loan forgiveness in some form would benefit the economy. However, there […]
The Left’s Divide on Increasing the Minimum Wage The Trump administration’s four tumultuous years left many in the country with one hope: unity in government. But now that liberals control both chambers of Congress and the Executive Branch, ideological rifts are resurfacing. There is now a focus on increasing the minimum wage. The debate over […]
Why Equity Matters in COVID Vaccine Rollout As COVID-19 vaccine rollout sputters along, each state is grappling with its own issues. And each state has determined its own priority list for vaccine administration. However, one thing is universally true, equity matters in COVID vaccine rollout. As public health professional plan to rollout more doses to […]
With Impeachment Over, What’s Next for the GOP? While liberals enjoy their newly-won majority in the Senate and their hold on power in the House of Representatives, conservatives have soul-searching to do. Impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump failed, but they revealed how divided the Republican Party is. With Impeachment Over, What’s Next for the GOP? […]
Did Terror at the Capitol Unite the Left and Right? Thousands of Trump supporters approached the Capitol on January 6 protesting what they believed to be election fraud. Dozens broke into the Capitol Building and chaos ensued. The Senators and US Representatives who were voting to certify election results were forced to flee their chambers […]