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Two Teams, No Winners: Are Americans Willing to Let Go of Partisanship?

There are 10 seconds to go, and it’s not looking good. Seemingly untouchable in the first half, the Minnesota Vikings are now down by one point against the New Orleans Saints — and I’m getting nervous. Not because I’m particularly passionate about them winning, but because I know my boyfriend Matt will sink into temporary depression […]

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Do you believe Trump in His War on Drug Prices? This Nonpartisan Prophet Does…

President Trump rarely received a standing ovation from the entirety of the audience at his first State of the Union address. One of the rare moments came when he spoke about knocking down America’s outrageous drug prices. “One of my greatest priorities is to reduce the price of prescription drugs. In many other countries, these drugs […]

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Where’d the Logic Go?

We have lost our marbles; we’re increasingly illogical in our political arguments. Today’s political landscape is so partisan we no longer follow logic to reach political decisions, we simply regurgitate party mantras and slogans, without thinking them through. I’m not going to mention my beliefs on any of the arguments below, and this isn’t about what’s […]

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Independent Action: 11 – 17 Dec (Sen. Bob Krist, Gov. Bill Walker, Centrist Project)

Senator Bob Krist, gubernatorial candidate of Nebraska, spoke in support of former Nebraska GOP National Committeewoman Joyce Simmons decision to resign from her party post. Simmons resigned due to the “RNC’s recent financial support directed toward the Alabama Republican Party for use in the Roy Moore race”. 1 Senator Krist will look to continue his message […]

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George Washington’s Nightmare: The Unbridled Two-Party System (Part 1 of 2)

Reality: Two small but artful and enterprising factions alternate leading the country. As one of the factions leads, they make the public administration the mirror of their own ill-concerted and incongruous projects, rather than have it serve as a factory of wholesome plans built for the American public that were developed through mutual interest and […]