Tags » Electoral College

How to select the president

Why do so many people want to be president? It does offer some unique perks, such as good housing and free transportation, not to mention excellent health and retirement plans but still, it has to be one of the worst jobs in the world. 240 more words

Life In The US

Former, Current POTUS Candidates Say Whoever Wins National Popular Vote Should Win Election

Since the movement launched in 2006, National Popular Vote has made significant progress to reform the way Americans elect their president.

The group’s plan involves a state-by-state approach. 947 more words


Joe Biden for President

Yes, Joe Biden for President, as a result of a successful impeachment and conviction of Barack Obama prior to the scheduled end of mr. Obama’s second term. 207 more words


"A Bizarrely Common Argument": No, Hillary Doesn’t Have An Obligation To Try To Win Over Southern White Voters

Do presidential candidates have an obligation to campaign everywhere, and to make particular appeals to every demographic group? That’s the case made by this big article that appeared in Sunday’s New York Times… 425 more words


John Hospers anniversary for gay pride month - first gay candidate to receive an Electoral College vote

John Hospers, an academic philosopher and author on aesthetics, was the first Libertarian Party candidate for president in 1972.

Though the Libertarians were on very few ballots he received an Electoral College vote, becoming the first openly gay man (by 1972 standards anyway) to do so.   22 more words

Libertarian Party

Three Problems with USA Democracy (and the possible solutions) - Journal Entry 19

Hello Travelers,

So we all know that you should refrain from discussing politics, religion, sex, or money to others as they can be very opinionated and sensitive subjects, but I’m going to buck that trend today. 2,125 more words

All Journal Entries