Tag Archives: Electoral College

After Super Tuesday: Democrats Heeding Lessons of 2018

Democrats must mobilize the party base, while focusing on adding cross-over anti-Trump rural and suburban independents and moderate Republicans.

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The Origins of the US Electoral College

In 1787, the U.S. popular vote was made merely advisory. The actual choice was left to elites who comprise the Electoral College.

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US: Demography Is Not Political Destiny

Are Republicans really doomed electorally because of the demographic changes underway in the United States?

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Michael Bloomberg: The US‘s First Jewish President

Michael Bloomberg’s best sales argument for the November 2020 U.S. presidential election is twofold: First, he is everything that Trump is not. And second, like Trump, he is focused on domestic issues.

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Trump Vs. the U.S. Separation of Powers

How it has taken a political novice in the White House only a year and a half to hollow out the centuries-old system of the U.S. separation of powers.

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The War That Never Ended

The American Civil War – then and now: A reflection 50 years after Martin Luther King’s death.

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The US Electoral College and Weeding Out the Chaff

How the Founding Fathers’ original intent regarding the Electoral College over time was turned on its very head.

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Dreaming of Democracy: High Time to Nullify the Electoral College

A national direct elections compact concluded by the major states is the only way to ensure that future U.S. Presidents will have been elected by a plurality of Americans.

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The Need for U.S. Constitutional Reform

A country that preaches modernization to other nations does anything but that at home.

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Ayn Rand: The Siren of U.S. Conservatism

If Reagan is the father of modern U.S. conservatism, Ayn Rand is certainly its mother.

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