After Super Tuesday it seems clear that the Democratic Establishment learned a valuable lesson from the Republicans after 2016. You can’t beat an insurgent candidate with a divided field, which necessarily means some candidates are gonna have to take one for the team.
I’ve been teaching political science full time at a community college for the last 18 years. And though I still love it, it’s gotten
One day before the impeachment of Donald Trump in the U.S. House of Representatives, it became apparent that this decidedly strange time in America’s
With the release of a public letter explaining their reasons for supporting the impeachment of Donald J. Trump, more than 750 American historians are
Whether he was pushed out or resigned, Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer did not leave quietly. When Trump meddled in the disposition
In 2012, Republican strategist Grover Norquist described his ideal president. In 2017, he got his wish: a president with enough “working digits to be
Whether Hunter Biden’s behavior was ethically dubious is a fair question (it was) or if President Trump’s actions were an abuse of power (they were) is a discussion for a different day. Yesterday according to most whip counts, the House has the votes to impeach the President of the United States and it looks like they will. So, what might come next?
John F. Kennedy’s Pulitzer Prize winning book (with much help from speechwriter Ted Sorensen) , Profiles in Courage, focused on eight white men (yes,
What are we living? Drama, comedy, soap opera, reality show, tragedy, nightmare? With hindsight, history will tell us clearly. History will frame this decade
Another day. Another outrage by the Trump administration. This time the outrage happened on the floor of the United Nations. While the attention of