A slavish devotion to purity in ideology leads to an inability to get anything done.
Being a long-serving member of the Congress representing a state used to be a huge net plus.
It is imperative for the integrity of higher education that the faculty control the curriculum.
Maybe leaders of the Republican National Committee see Indiana as a model.
Daniels is now wading deep into the so-called right-to-work debate.
Most observers will agree that Louisiana isn’t exactly famous for leading the way in progressive public policy
Ohio and Wisconsin illustrate the danger of an emboldened majority’s over-reaching in pursuit of its policy goals.
I find myself (supporter of the two-party system that I am) a bit encouraged by the take-to-the streets mentality of these movements.
Much more worrying to me is the fact that many of the poorest women (and men) in the state will be denied basic health services at least temporarily.
Safe districts essentially decide elections and take the power out of the hands of voters today and for the next 10 years.
Removing this possibility from future minority parties (whoever they may be) would unfairly hamstring the minority and give them no voice in the face of an unyielding majority.