Every day, especially near the end of each month, I get multiple emails from the campaign of Kyrsten Sinema, a U.S. representative from Arizona running for the U.S. Senate seat that Jeff Flake will be vacating after the 2018 election. Sinema’s a moderate Democrat, and she has to be, coming from Arizona, which was a... Continue Reading →
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 →
The organization has taken very specific stances and doesn't support those with slightly different positions. Oh, and it's leaders are antisemitic.
I've spent 4 years attending a school where I'm a minority, and it's changed who I am. I hope everyone can have that experience.
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.