There has always been this idea that, as with friendly conversations, people shouldn’t share their political views on social media. Like with those dinner party talks, the idea is not to offend anyone, or rile people up. But as time … Continue reading Why I Share My Politics On Social Media
Third party candidates have had a spotty history in US politics. Abraham Lincoln came in when the Republican Party was still new. Older parties, like the Federalists and the Whigs, have come and gone. However, the majority of this country’s … Continue reading Your [Brief] Guide to Third Party Candidates
Looking back on recent presidential elections, Super Tuesday has always been the choke point – when the realities for each campaign start coming to light, and the choice of front-runner actually matters. Despite differences in rhetoric and how each campaign … Continue reading Super Tuesday – The GOP’s Fracturing
When news hit last month that the Human Rights Campaign backed Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential election campaign, I was more than a little shocked. After all, Bernie Sanders has been on record for supporting LGBT rights for forty years, while … Continue reading HRC Backs HRC… Why?
There has been discussion about Social Security in the media for a while – the Republicans want to either raise the retirement age or reduce the growth of benefits, while Clinton and Sanders on the Democratic side want to enhance … Continue reading Social Security: A Family’s Struggle