One 2016 POTUS hopeful says he is a Democratic-Socialist. No way! There's no such thing. In America there are only two parties. Republican and Democrat. Those are the rules! Aren't they?
Come learn about strange coincidences in American Presidential History
Years ago political parties were closely knit units in which the leadership and the membership pretty much agreed on the basic issues facing the city, state and country. That isn't always true today.
Five percent of the vote would have qualified the LP to receive federal funds in 2020. Would the anti-government Party of Principle take the taxpayer’s money and run again? Of course it would!
Is America's two-party system a thing of the past? What are the chances of a third party gaining power?
Political parties are vital to democracy. However, many authoritarian nations also have parites. This essay contrasts political parties in democratic and authoritarian nations.
Who remembers losing presidential tickets, much less the losing V.P.? A commentary.
This hub describes the different political parties and their views. Written before the last Presidential election, it still gives people insight. Updated now for the most current Presidential election
Instead of being forced to choose one of two major parties, Americans should wake up and realize the ridiculousness of the current political reality in Washington DC.
Except for 1st President George Washington, two major parties have controlled the US Presidency throughout the country's history. Does the popularity of Trump and Sanders mean this is changing?