Reading Time: 4 minutes Even in 2019, WhoWhatWhy saw signs indicating that, in order to stay in office — and out of jail — Trump would be willing to take US democracy down with him.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The media and the public take note when they see an overt example of voter suppression. But these are just the symptoms of a very ugly disease that ails democracy in the US. But nobody seems to want to invest in a cure.
Reading Time: 4 minutes If you think that the Trump presidency has been crazy so far, you ain’t seen nothing yet. After the election, the US is in for a wild ride.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Nearly every part of the current primary process defeats the purpose of finding good candidates. Let’s burn the old system to the ground and start over. Here is how.
Reading Time: 5 minutes It takes a banana republic to know one.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The last two Republican presidential nominees may have mostly overlapping political beliefs, but their personalities could not be more different.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Before the first vote has been cast, we already know who won in Iowa.
Reading Time: 7 minutes For two decades, Fox News has made piles of money from creating a fictional America in which conservatives are under assault and can play the victim. Under Trump, the network stopped pretending that it is fair and balanced.
Reading Time: 4 minutes All 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have worked hard to keep things civil and their powder dry for the general election. The only one causing trouble is the 2016 nominee.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Taking meaningful steps to minimize the devastating impact of climate change is difficult, which is why so many people, companies, and governments are doing nothing. But there is one way to force them into action.