While most politicians and the media focus on the Democratic primary in 2020, this year’s unusual Republican primary has been largely forgotten despite offering an important look at Trump’s chances and strategy going into the general election.
As more billionaires become directly involved in politics, the true potential they have to alter the American political landscape has become frighteningly clear.
In a country where the threat of mass shootings is ever present, Americans can do nothing to assuage their fears of staying safe. Yet legislators fail to enact meaningful gun reform because there is identifiable “enemy” to rally against that would motivate America to action.
With a field of candidates larger than any in recent history, the Democratic 2020 primary presents unforeseen challenges to party unity before a critical election.
To what extent should we be held accountable for words spoken in our past? Ben Gitzinger reflects on the practicality of punishing celebrities for old tweets and remarks.