A Kentucky Fried ReCanvass: Former Governor Bevin Refuses to Concede
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A Kentucky Fried ReCanvass: Former Governor Bevin Refuses to Concede

On Election Day 2019, an apparent shift in power was viewed nationwide with bated breath.…

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The ERA Helped Turn Virginia Blue. It Could Do the Same for the Presidency.
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The ERA Helped Turn Virginia Blue. It Could Do the Same for the Presidency.

The 2019 elections had a few surprising highlights, but none of them top the formation…

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Regulation vs. Revolution: The Ground Between Sanders and Warren
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Regulation vs. Revolution: The Ground Between Sanders and Warren

Nothing frustrates a political writer more than a cry of, “What’s the difference between Elizabeth…

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The Bidens and Ukraine: A background
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The Bidens and Ukraine: A background

Having both business and political dealings by the same family in a country infamous for…

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YOU CAN’T PROVE  PATRIOTISM
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YOU CAN’T PROVE PATRIOTISM

Running Out the Clock: Trump Invokes Executive Privilege
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Running Out the Clock: Trump Invokes Executive Privilege

If you’re at the end of a game, be it basketball, football, or hockey, what…

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Packing and Cracking: Michigan’s  Gerrymandered Districts and the Census
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Packing and Cracking: Michigan’s Gerrymandered Districts and the Census

The Census is one of the most important democratic processes in our country. It creates…

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Abrams Dodges “The Curse”: A Rare  Well-Executed State of the Union Response
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Abrams Dodges “The Curse”: A Rare Well-Executed State of the Union Response

Most politicians don’t want the burden of giving the State of the Union response for…

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Going Hungry in Hungary? Inside Their New Overtime Law
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Going Hungry in Hungary? Inside Their New Overtime Law

It’s nicknamed “The Slave Law”. It’s the child of the ultraconservative, nationalist, and populist Fidesz…

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Prop’d Up: The Passed Ballot Measures of the 2018 Midterms
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Prop’d Up: The Passed Ballot Measures of the 2018 Midterms

Many voters forget that during elections, people aren’t the only things on the ballot. Ballot…

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