Category: Bipartisan

Presidential Historian Meacham: We Could Learn a Lot from the Dwight Eisenhower Era

Presidential Historian Meacham: We Could Learn a Lot from the Dwight Eisenhower Era

Eisenhower's acceptance of the New Deal set the stage for a variety of social progress which would follow.

Bias

Ocasio-Cortez Says She’s ‘Encouraged’ By Unlikely Bipartisan Talks with Ted Cruz: ‘Super Bizarre’

Ocasio-Cortez Says She’s ‘Encouraged’ By Unlikely Bipartisan Talks with Ted Cruz: ‘Super Bizarre’

'And common cause, I think, can transcend partisanship and I think that's the way that we should go.'

Bias

New Trump Tariffs on Mexico: ‘This Puts the Um in Dumb’

New Trump Tariffs on Mexico: ‘This Puts the Um in Dumb’

Trump found critics in nearly every corner for his Mexico tariffs.

Bias

Democrats Vow To Press Progressive Goals Working With Trump on Big Infrastructure Plan

Democrats Vow To Press Progressive Goals Working With Trump on Big Infrastructure Plan

In the midst of partisan rancor, two sides will come together with a common purpose.

Bias

Is it Ever Okay for Politicians to Swear?

Is it Ever Okay for Politicians to Swear?

Are politicians allowed to drop swear words when they speak, ever?

Bias

Why America Hasn’t Had Another Moon Landing

Why America Hasn’t Had Another Moon Landing

It was 50 years ago when an American test pilot, Joseph A. Walker flew his hypersonic aircraft, the X-15, at nearly Mach 6 into space, becoming weightless for five minutes.

Bias

How U.S. Politics Has Evolved Through The Ages

How U.S. Politics Has Evolved Through The Ages

When Trump emerged victorious in the 2016 presidential elections, many wondered what that would mean for American politics and also for the global political scenario.

Bias

The Stupidity of Politics

The Stupidity of Politics

Many parts of politics still remain outdated and, in some ways, stupid.

Bias

Opinions

Conservatives, Not Liberals, Are The Ones Not Interested in Other Viewpoints

By Alex Denethorn

Embracing pluralism is one of the big tenets of any liberal or progressive movement -- you aim to be inclusive, as much as possible.

We Can’t Afford to Raise Minimum Wage to $15

By Winston Wang

The U.S. economy is booming, reaching 10 straight years of growth without a recession, and the unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level in nearly 50 years.

No, Andrew Yang, Don’t Give Everyone Free Money

By Abhay Almal

Andrew Yang dubbed a “random, opinionated person” by the Washington Post, has made waves on both sides of the political aisle with his 2020 presidential campaign.

It’s Not Only Liberals Who Loathe Donald Trump

By Mark Bo Hendricks

You don't have to be a liberal to loathe Trump. You just have to be a thinking person.

Biden’s Pivot to Foreign Policy

By Alex Denethorn

Let’s be honest: this is one area that Biden can excel in, because he has considerably more experience than most of the other Democratic candidates.

The Oil Industry In An Electric Future

By Bruce McIntyre

The adoption of electric vehicles will have consequences

No, Trump Can’t Add Citizenship Question With Executive Order

By Alex Denethorn

Someone might want to let Trump know that the resources of the federal government don’t exist to keep him in office.

Why Do Liberals Hate The United States?

By Chris O'Leary

Liberals love America a different way, and in my opinion, a more brutally honest way.

California Statute To Trade Trump’s Tax Release For Ballot Access Is Clearly Unconstitutional

By Brad Smith

California's clear attempt to force Trump to release his tax returns won't pass Supreme Court precedent.

If Obama Had Authority To Initiate DACA, Trump Has Authority To Rescind It

By Anthony Zarrella

The whole idea behind executive orders is that they rely on the authority of the president who signs them—but one president cannot enlarge or diminish the powers and authority of the next president.