When candidates for office are asked what their approach to an issue would be, and they answer by attacking their opponent's position, and that tells me nothing. Imagine if a buyer asked you how you would approach a problem and you
I voted in the Democratic primary here in Rhode Island Tuesday. This is probably the most Democratic (and Catholic) state in the country, though we have a puny 4 electoral votes. In 2016, Sanders beat Hillary here, a huge upset.
We need to have safe classrooms for students and teachers. No argument. I'm not the expert in what "safe" is. But I do know, and I am an expert, that remote and distance learning are very weak alternatives for any kind
Notice at both conventions that the politicians will talk specifically about "what" (provide quicker virus testing, provide health care for all, protect social security, attack climate change, attain social justice) but only generalize about "how" (reduce waste, create new taxes,
The Democratic Convention—and I imagine the Republican Convention will be the same—simply doesn't involve me emotionally. It does intellectually, but logic makes people think while emotions make them act. Here we are in the midst of a polarized population, moral
Small businesses are the major providers of net, new jobs annually in the US (and in many other countries). Large businesses decrease jobs through automation and merger and efficiencies. They don't replace retirees readily. We can't afford to kill off small