midterms

The Democrats didn’t perform well in spite of inflation. They performed well because of it

By John Stoehr / November 16, 2022 /

Turn the conventional wisdom on its head.

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From the midterms, the most important takeaway: the electorate has changed

By John Stoehr / November 14, 2022 /

It has shifted leftward its center of gravity.

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‘Division’ and ‘polarization’ got us here. They’ll get us out

By John Stoehr / November 14, 2022 /

The press corps treats democratic politics as abnormal. That’s what happens when democratic politics threatens the status quo.

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GOP elites are shopping around, but they’re stuck with Trump

By John Stoehr / November 10, 2022 /

Cults end when the leader dies.

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Gird your loins, friend, for today is Election Day

By John Stoehr / November 8, 2022 /

Prepare to endure reasonsreasonsreasons.

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Democracy is not on the ballot, but some democracies are

By John Stoehr / November 7, 2022 /

Let’s stop talking as if there were a singular national democracy – as if there were a singular national America – in these United States.

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Here’s everything the Democrats have done and why these midterms should be a cakewalk

By Matt Robison / November 4, 2022 /

No need for smoke and mirrors. It’s an overflow of facts.

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Will the midterms end the age of gothic politics?

By John Stoehr / October 28, 2022 /

The possibility of nothing changing.

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There’s no reason to freak out

By John Stoehr / October 18, 2022 /

Monday’s polling just tells us there’s work to do.

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For white evangelical Protestants, power is religion

By John Stoehr / October 10, 2022 /

Herschel Walker’s hypocrisy won’t deter their vote.

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