The Electoral College remains an integral key to preserving the decentralization and federalism that underlie the U.S. Constitution.
If we want to see real change, we should seek to bring down the two-party system itself.
Since its first convention in 1856, the Republican Party has had ten presidential elections in which no candidate coming into the convention had a majority of delegates.
Effective political coalitions are composed of hundreds of smaller overlapping groups, united by a common narrative but fundamentally self-governing. Democrats don’t and can’t have that.
A breakdown in social trust means conservatives need to do the hard work of going out into their towns to actually love, instead of objectify, their neighbors.
California’s high court seems set to allow a popular vote on the meaningless Citizens United ballot initiative in the November 2016 election.
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In Virginia, Terry McAuliffe is handing Ken Cuccinelli a golden opportunity to close the gap in the most important election of 2013.
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