Category: What Is Liberalism

The Biden-Trump Debate: Divisiveness And The 24 Hour News Cycle Presidential Debate 24 Hour News Cycle
2020 Elections, Joe Biden, Liberal News, Liberal Viewpoint, modern liberalism, Political News, Presidential Candidates, What Is Liberalism

The Biden-Trump Debate: Divisiveness And The 24 Hour News Cycle

we would need to have a civilized discourse by two intelligent candidates that uphold the virtues of patience, honest discourse, preparation, passion for knowledge, oratory finesse, respect for their opponent, and respect enough for the people listening to know that they deserve more than click bait phrases and headlines

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Liberal Ideals Attract Educated Voters
2020 Elections, Liberalism Defined, What Is Liberalism

Liberal Ideals Attract Educated Voters

Liberal Ideals Attract Educated Voters The conservative party once represented a larger proportion of college-educated voters than the liberal party. But the paradigm is shifting. Today, more college-educated adults associate themselves with the liberal party or lean left in their political views. Less educated voters lean slightly right but are more evenly divided between the […]

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Liberal Candidates Eye Estate Tax Increases
2020 Elections, Political News, Presidential Candidates, What Is Liberalism

Liberal Candidates Eye Estate Tax Increases

As Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders continued battling for the liberal party’s nomination for the 2020 election, both candidates promised to change how Americans are taxed. One notable difference they promise we’ll see? Estate tax increases. Social justice issues and personal freedoms often dominate conversations during election season. But changes to the tax code have […]

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Should Liberal Voters Consider “Electability?”
2020 Elections, Political News, Presidential Candidates, What Is Liberalism

Should Liberal Voters Consider “Electability?”

Should Liberal Voters Consider “Electability?” With a Republican majority in the Senate and a Republican president, liberal voters hope to see big changes in the Executive and Legislative Branches after the 2020 election. But as the presidential primaries draw closer, some liberal voters voters may find themselves torn between two options. Should they vote for […]

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