The vice president claimed voter ID laws are unfair to rural Americans because “there’s no Kinkos, there’s no OfficeMax near them.”
They New York Times’ article exposed Democrats’ deep-seated fear and frustration at having lost their grip on blue collar, rural voters.
Biking Buttigieg can get out of a mileage tax, but that’s not how most of America works. If the administration cared about working families, they’d know that.
While we’re starting to see signs of economic revival, some areas are experiencing more of a recovery than others. Millions are rethinking where they live.
These Washington Post opinion writers profoundly misunderstand both rural America and the at-risk demographic they’re writing about. Their COVID-19 solution? Expand telemedicine and rural broadband.
Many Americans today claim to be irreligious, but how can anyone be expected to hear God when they can’t even hear themselves over the cacophony coming from their own hand?
Country music should amplify the voices of ‘flyover state’ women, often women of faith, who lack proper representation in media and popular culture.
Acknowledging that Appalachia is not altogether unenlightened might mean finding real solutions to real problems due in no small part to the systematic failure of political institutions.
Democrats running for president have released a slew of ads and policy proposals targeting rural voters just over five months before the Iowa caucuses.
If elected president, Pete Buttigieg says he’ll increase internships among governmentally protected classes, to include ‘rural’ and ‘minority’ applicants.
Though Warren’s proposal for broadband internet access in rural communities might have some appeal to those voters, her identification as a socialist “pales in comparison.”
“I will make sure every home in America has a fiber broadband connection at a price families can afford. That means publicly-owned and operated networks — and no giant ISPs running away with taxpayer dollars,” Warren wrote.
You have to be a little insane to live in New York City, but if you are, it’s incredible.
When taking into account total drug overdose deaths per year, the opioid epidemic today is worse than the AIDS epidemic in the late 20th century in terms of lives lost.
If there was ever a moment that exposed the urban-rural divide and explained the populist sentiments that follow, it was this one.
Particularly in America’s rural areas and small towns, student performance is often as bad as it is in urban centers.
Sonny Perdue was raised on a farm in the deep south, rose to power in Georgia politics, and is no stranger to powerful agribusinesses.
Drive west ‘til you hit the drive-in movie theater. We advise care while driving. You will likely encounter wild fauna out beyond the exurbs.
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