American politics are complex. One of the main contributors to this complexity is due to the fact that if an individual wants to be successful in American politics, they have to align themselves with one of the two mainstream or “electable” parties – the Democratic Party and the Republican Party.
The only type of news we get is bad news these days. 2020 felt like the beginning of a doomsday film that unfortunately turned into a franchise and no matter how badly we don’t want to watch the movies, we’re forced to. It’s like we all live in The Fast
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Hi everyone! Nivi here, founder of Soapbox Project, a media startup that makes socia impact easy for busy people. It’s so nice to meet you. I’ve been following Broke-Ass Stuart over a year now (though it’s felt more like a decade). For me, living through a pandemic has been a
GUEST POST BY: IAN FIRSTENBERG As Election Day nears, candidates are solidifying policy proposals, hoping to bolster their platforms; for Scott Wiener, this came in the form of a recent pledge to support the Green New Deal. Originally proposed by Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), it
Dan Pfeiffer is the co-host of the popular political podcast Pod Save America, and the former White House director of communications under President Obama. He is also the bestselling author of Yes We (Still) Can: Politics in the Age of Obama, Twitter, and Trump. In his new book, Un-Trumping America: A Plan to Make America a Democracy
Guest post by: Ian Firstenberg On January 23 San Francisco Mayor London Breed endorsed former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg for president. While this came as somewhat of a shock to local media and obsessive media consumers, it echoes a centrist policy of perceived pragmatism coming from the Bay Area. This
Well, it’s been three years. Three whole years since the Divided States of America inaugurated the sorriest excuse for a human many of us have ever witnessed.
If the recent CNN poll holds any weight, about half the U.S. adult population wants Donald Trump impeached and removed from office, and the other half think he’s doing a super fantastic job as president. It’s pretty much split down the middle, which could present the opportunity for awkward family