Early American progressives believed the nation needed to harness the moral urgency of warfare and direct it towards alarming Americans into expanding government.
With America so divided, it is hardly surprising that Washington is. To paraphrase Shakespeare, America’s fault lines are not in our leaders, but in ourselves.
No one has to agree with House Speaker Paul Ryan, or any other member of Congress for that matter. But what ever happened to basic manners?
When we’re sternly admonished that you’re for Trump unless you make it clear you’re against him, the central Trumpist axiom about the danger of political correctness is affirmed.
While it’s unlikely that Jon Osoff will win the upcoming runoff election, one thing is clear: Democrats won’t make the same voter turnout mistake twice.
Americans have a moral superiority problem. A central feature of moral superiority, also known as ‘self-enhancement,’ is irrational thinking.
Trump has revealed a disturbing intolerance among progressives who can’t separate life from politics, and who don’t really want to live and let live. They should.
The Supreme Court was specifically designed to avoid almost every idea term-limit advocates think bolsters their arguments.
In their letter to Sasha and Malia Obama, the Bush sisters show us how to transcend partisanship and disdain—and instead offer kindness and courtesy.
The self-proclaimed arbiters of unity are truly bringing people together to counteract their destructive and despicable attacks against anyone who disagrees with them.
In this climate, we can expect provocations and should be prepared for what police call ‘the crazy factor.’
Don’t dismiss the paralyzing effect of being targeted for who you are if it has never happened to you.
Besides honoring nearly two centuries of tradition, Election Day voting is more secure against fraud, the friendliest to outsider candidates, and the best for a fully-informed electorate.
A presidential election holds serious consequences. But if the republic can’t survive one bad executive, then it’s already dead.
Arthur Schlesinger Jr.’s successors today want to organize for power, and that requires creating conflict by lying to Americans.
Yes, our society is severely polarized and fractured. But we shouldn’t give up on political discourse and embrace tribalism.
The ‘pro-life Democrat’ has become almost as non-existent in Congress as he or she is in the party’s platform.
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