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Why Complaining About the "Two Party System" Is a Waste of Time

It is not useful for the purposes of this article to speculate on the roots of this phenomenon but, whatever the reason, it is undeniably common nowadays to complain about the “two-party system.” The “two-party system” is everyone’s favorite bogeyman, everyone’s kneejerk justification for delegitimization. 3,627 more words


Blog Post: Trump v Clinton for the White House?

The dominance of Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton on Super Tuesday have pushed them even closer to the presidential nomination for their respective parties.

On the Republican side, Trump won 7 out ofthe 11 states up for grabs, gaining 237 delegates. 379 more words


Blocking Scalia's Replacement Could Put GOP Senators in a Bind, Poll Shows - By Pema Levy | Mon Feb. 22, 2016 3:18 PM EST

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s courtroom chair was draped in black on February 16 to mark his death. — J. Scott Applewhite/AP

As Republicans and Democrats gird for a showdown over when and with whom to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the political question is which party will benefit from the battle. 159 more words

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Blog Post: The US Primaries So Far

The US Primary Election is well under way, with voters in Iowa and New Hampshire having already cast their votes to decide who will represent the Republicans and the Democrats for the 2016 US Presidential Election. 432 more words