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Encourage Participation, Not Doubts, About Voting

Politicians make a terrible mistake by trying to discredit the upcoming election before votes have even been cast. President Trump pre-emptively denounces the election as “rigged” and “fraudulent”, while prominent Democrats...

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Could It Be We’re Over-Reacting?

With normal life increasingly disrupted by the terrifying COVID-19 pandemic, millions of skeptical Americans wonder whether we could, possibly, be over-reacting. A new poll from NPR and the PBS News Hour shows only 40% of Republicans and...

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Democrats Continue to Alienate the White Working Class

Everyone who follows politics knows that the core of Donald Trump’s popular support comes from white people without college degrees, who represent a huge 42% of the US population. But a major new study from Gallup shows that this key...

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The “Key Three” Will Determine Everything

Democrats won’t repeat their huge mistake of 2016—focusing on the popular vote and national polling while ignoring crucial mechanics of the Electoral College. To unseat Trump, the Democrats must flip at least three of the nine crucial...

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Why Prolong an Argument That’s Already Decided?

When you’re losing an argument, it’s pointless and self-destructive to keep it going. And if you’ve already won your argument, it’s ugly and demeaning to continue hectoring your vanquished foe. That’s why both parties to the...

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Message to Congress: Legislate, Don’t Investigate

To the intense disappointment of hyper-partisan Democrats, the Mueller Report delivered anti-climactic results: no evidence of Russian collusion, no new charges against Trump and his team. Despite his complaints on twitter and elsewhere,...

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Voters Prefer Divided Government

Looking back on the midterm elections, we should acknowledge a clear message from the electorate: voters asked Washington to “get back to normal” by restoring the divided government Americans have preferred for 50 years. Since...

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Something for Both Sides to Celebrate

The mid-term elections provided a rare occasion for conservatives and liberals, Republicans and Democrats, to look at the same events and feel a shared sense of satisfaction and encouragement. Republicans feel good about expanding their...

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