No matter who they voted for, millennials can fight disillusionment and despair by turning homeward and fighting political battles at the grassroots level.
Wouldn’t it be great if our elite artists understood we were a large nation, but weak, and need to light a match so we can locate one another?
Instead of protesting Donald Trump’s presidency, the frightened and troubled should turn to ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ for advice and consolation.
This election showed us how insulated our echo chamber has become. Journalists must begin making an effort to listen to opinions besides their own.
Everything seemed to go well at my polling place today. No line. Easy ballot. A reward sticker. But then something happened that left me in doubt as to whether my vote counts.
Whoever wins, we’re gonna have a fixer-upper on our hands. Let’s put Chip and Joanna Gaines in charge of the project.
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.
How do you vote in an election when there is no lesser of two evils? Here are four things to keep in mind as you think about going to the polls on Tuesday.
If you, too, are looking for an alternative to sitting glued to your television screen watching returns that promise to be depressing no matter which way they go, here are a few possibilities.
Voting third-party does not translate into voicelessness—not this year. Here’s how to make sure your vote has an impact beyond 2016.
Saying ‘never Trump’ shouldn’t mean staying home on election day. The down-ticket races are arguably more important.
For a so-called independent, Greg Orman sure has a lot of partisan Democrats running his Senate campaign in Kansas.
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