Prior to 2016, the Republicans were steered by a man who sold himself to elect kings and build a party. That deal with the devil did not survive Donald Trump.
With 70% of Republicans still believing that the election was stolen, I’m wondering why we Americans are so politically dim.
Sean Davis reflects on the recent election and the adversity America is faced with, the changes that need to be made, and the opportunities ahead of us.
Despite four years of numerous articles explaining that the primary reason for supporting this president is white supremacy, there are still people insisting we need more analysis.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have won. What does that mean for the salient issues that have defined America in 2020?
If there’s a personification of this bent election, it’d be “Dakota” Dave Andahl, a Republican killed by COVID-19 who later won the state in a blowout.
With a Supreme Court ruling rejecting one of the founders’ two reasons for creating the Electoral College, only one reason remains: racism.
Delaware’s Sarah McBride made history when she won a state Senate seat, becoming the US’s highest-ranking transgender politician. A record 1,006 LGBTQ candidates ran for office this year.
As America goes to the polls, they do so deeply divided. However, one study has discovered how our brains succumb to political bias and partisanship.
While it’s easy to dismiss QAnon’s brand of nonsense, they have influence in Washington—Donald Trump is merely the tip of the iceberg.