There has not been a time in recent memory during which the liberal cause was in more desperate need of something new. In an election where the GOP nearly imploded before running Donald Trump as its candidate, the Democrats got swept. As the current iteration of the Democratic party is woefully short of leadership and… Read more »
Author: Joseph Amdur
Post-truth, fake news, the failing New York Times, very fake news, and “democracy dies in darkness.” Politics has never been more obsessed with the medium through which it is reported. Since President Trump took the oath of office on the west front of the Capitol, periphery of his right eye trained on the sparse Washington Mall… Read more »
A blip in one of China’s typically polished press releases raises eyebrows. Was it intentional or a product of incompetence?
As American democracy faces its greatest test, its core is rotting. Legislation disguised in the name of electoral integrity is making it worse.
The youth’s new ideas about who they are may settle a struggle started by their grandparents.
American workers are struggling. New technologies are poised to make it worse.
The Chinese Communist Party must choose between a weaker state or a weaker economy. President Xi Jinping believes he can forge a third option.