“When the primary and general elections come around, individuals will be going to the voting booth with seven seconds of opinion rather than ten minutes of substantive discussion.”
Donald Trump wants to end birthright citizenship. He won’t. But what does the popularity of his rhetoric say about this moment in the United States?
In the upcoming 2016 election, campaign finance is quickly becoming a campaign issue. Donald Trump has repeatedly brought voters amusing images of his fellow Republican candidates begging the Koch brothers for donations. On the other side of the aisle, Bernie Sanders has made headlines by denying money from Super PACs and still raising $26 million through grassroots support.…
Birther videos do not exist in a vacuum. Instead, they are part of a sustained and extant movement that has retained an astoundingly large viewership over the past seven years.
Tensions over federal funding for Planned Parenthood have flamed anew in recent months, and both sides are squaring off for a showdown.
Despite the relatively clear-cut legal case against Davis, her actions served as an illuminating moment for many Americans, highlighting the sometimes difficult relationship between personal liberty and the law.
Last week, we did the Democratic power rankings. This week, it’s time to line up the Republican candidates, and we’re going to take a different approach and divide the field into “lanes.”
With the first Democratic debate just around the corner, it’s a great time to update our power rankings. Who’s on top? How could Biden shake things up?