For the vast majority of the country, Hurricane Harvey, though a tragedy, also served as a reminder that political divisiveness is superficial. The outpouring of…View More No, Federal Funding for Disaster Relief Is Not Antithetical to Conservatism
The well of the American political imagination has run dry. There is not a single novel proposal being seriously pushed by any elected official in…View More Politicians Have No Solutions
Nothing is so over-prognosticated as the death of political parties. Under the microscope of public, and perhaps more importantly, media scrutiny, insignificant quibbles are overly…View More 2016: An Election of Political Death and Realignment
With very little regard for partisan loyalties that play into the frenetic turnover between old and new presidential administrations, American citizens seem to inherently recognize…View More On regime change
Whenever an election result heavily favors one party or candidate, the commentariat class—those members of the media and political elite who feel qualified to act…View More What does an electoral mandate mean in a democratic government?
The aftermath of the 2016 election is a tale of two separate and competing definitions of equality. To those lobbying for the abolition of the…View More Defining equality in the American political system
Debate over the Constitution has devolved over the past couple of centuries from an eloquent discourse, sometimes sophistic, to petty academic quibbling over whether emphasis…View More How the death of federalism has affected understanding of the Bill of Rights