Posted inCulture

When Truth Is Simply Too Controversial

James Gottry, If you peruse social media for three minutes, you can find discussions on virtually every topic imaginable. From pop culture to politics, science to sports, food to fashion, there is no shortage of people willing to express their opinions. But there are limits. This week I took a camera crew to a nearby […]

Posted inImpeachment

Impeachment trial heads to historic end in frenetic week

President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial heads toward a historic conclusion this week, with senators all-but-certain to acquit him on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress after narrowly rejecting Democratic demands to summon witnesses. There’s still plenty of drama to unfold before Wednesday’s vote. The vote is expected to cap a months-long investigation […]

Posted inElection

Why the Iowa caucuses are important (and will always matter)

Arnon Mishkin, Every four years, along with the presidential campaign, comes an inevitable set of stories arguing against the way America’s political parties select their nominees. I’m sure there are many ways to improve the nation’s nomination process – in particular, to seek to encourage both parties to nominate more candidates who will seek to govern from the […]