U.S. Campaigns & Elections
A look at the tumultuous presidential election of 1896 and why it was considered by many as a watershed election. As well as a look at the changes the Republican power shift created in our history
John Podesta, #pizzagate, and Why You Should Care About Hillary Clinton's Pre-Election E-Mail Scandal
Hillary supporters clearly don't "get" the latest e-mail scandal; otherwise, they would understand the seriousness of finding more Clinton e-mails on the laptop Huma Abedin shared with her husband.
This photo collection includes images of the president from the pre-election Barack Obama Web site, along with a verified archival photo of Abraham Lincoln's inauguration.
A comparison of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton from the standpoint of a progressive. Is there a lesser evil? This examines their policies, statements, votes, and history.
Let’s face it, nobody, even the most zealous Big L Libertarian Party activist, really believes that Gary Johnson will be the next President of the US. Unless one of these scenarios plays out…
If you are running for a smaller office, like a judgeship, the school board, or a county commissioner race, you will probably run a campaign that spends around $5,000 to $8,000. Your toughest job will be informing...
Some people think Donald Trump will "make America great again." Some people question his morals, his intellect, and his sanity. Is Donald Trump fit to be president of the United States?
Persuasion is used in everyday life. From mundane conversations to news and entertainment, to advertising, persuasion is all around us. The purpose of persuasion in advertising is to influence the viewer’s...
Analogies don't always work, but this simple comparison may make the Electoral College understandable.
A rambling rant about George Carlin, Donald Trump, politics, society and whether it's possible to be both a humanist and a misanthrope.
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