I’m naive, but I still believe that most Americans agree on many basic things. We’ve forgotten that recently, because we voted for different people in November. But we can figure this out together. The only thing about politics that truly matters are the actual policies that are enacted. The rest is noise. No policy impactsContinue reading “Something We Can All Agree On – We Want to Stay Alive”
After all, there was a mountain of anger at Trump before November, and yet Republicans still won seats. Why is the anger different now? We have to demonstrate that the anger translates into votes.
You can’t be a Trump voter AND get to pretend like protecting animals is critically important to you. (and other things I think in my head, plan to say on Facebook, but never do)
Your Facebook feed may be filled with tired, one-liners. Please think before following along.
I did not know what to do this morning. Eventually I decided to write a short task list for myself. The are reminders for right now as well as the next four years. I want to share that list, in case it was helpful to anyone else…
Paul Richardson’s Election Day 2016 live blog. Follow along for minute by minute updates.
The Chicago Cubs are popular. But I am a Cubs fan because I am unpopular.
We have reached peak election-disgust after last night’s debate spectacle. I’m hearing more sighs: “Both candidates are terrible, and so I am not voting.” I understand the exhaustion, frustration, and downright sadness about this cycle. But make no mistake, nothing good is accomplished by not voting based on a general disgust with the campaigns. In fact,Continue reading “Please Think Really, Really Hard Before Saying, “I’m Not Voting, Because I Dislike Both Candidates.””
Anyone who has ever watched a baseball game knows who “won” the first Presidential debate.
Don’t listen to the candidates’ enemies, listen to those who presumably would be their friends.