I was really happy the other day, because I got some feedback from a reader about how she enjoyed seeing the more moderate, centrists takes I give on policy, and it got me thinking a little more about what being a centrist is about, and how centrism is about positivity in politics. I want to... Continue Reading →
Wars on Nouns have been ineffective and have cost Americans trillions of dollars. It's time to come up with new ways to get major policy changes made.
Bernie now leads the far-left base away from compromises that could benefit large portions of the country.
We can give him what he wants so that we get a DACA fix, and then tear down the wall once he's gone.
Jeff Flake’s book is an important read for people on all sides of the political spectrum, and he will be missed in the Senate when he leaves next January.
I was scrolling through my Twitter feed yesterday, when I came across something that really angered me, more so than the discussions around the government shutdown (which, might I add, is a good idea and we should shut it down until DACA is codified). Senator Tom Cotton’s (R - AR) office sent a cease-and-desist letter... Continue Reading →
Earlier this week, upon his return from brain surgery and a deadly brain tumor diagnosis, John McCain gave a powerful speech to the body he has been a part of for 30 years for the deterioration of the procedures and rules that have held the upper chamber of Congress together for so long. He was... Continue Reading →
With the Democratic party seeing itself in the least amount of power it has had since possibly reconstruction, a lot of growth must be done on the part of the party to recover. Many people within the party believe that by creating a direct opposition to Trump and letting Trump fail at his job until... Continue Reading →