Modern political ideology has devolved into a form of sectarianism. Party identification now serves as nothing short of an intellectual brand. If an individual claims…View More It’s time to embrace division in American politics
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
The 2016 election represented a fundamental shift in American politics. Donald Trump’s ability to successfully position himself as a Republican who publicly repudiated traditional right-wing…View More Intraparty GOP Opposition Should Be Touted in New Administration
America is not a democracy. To be precise, it is a nationally-federated constitutional republic. This distinction, however, has sadly been largely erased from the national…View More The Electoral College Is Not Democratic. And That’s Just Fine.
Election night confirmed a long-held suspicion. This whole electoral cycle has been a lesson in humility for pundits overconfident in the reliability of data forecasting,…View More 2016 and the New Populism
Today, all eyes are on the presidential race, and understandably so. But national elections don’t occur in a vacuum. Understanding the results at the top…View More National Elections Don’t Occur in a Vacuum
The 2016 election is a referendum, but not on any single issue. It encompasses something far larger; it is nothing less than a modern day…View More Can Truth Be Defamatory? 2016 Will Decide