Tag: presidential election
The Long Road to National Healing
The rancor of this political season provides a diversion from the hard and serious work that must be done to reverse the great unraveling that America is experiencing.
An Appeal to Millennials: Don’t Waste your Vote on the Lesser...
Supporting a third party is one way of advocating for long-term, structural change.
Coming to Ourselves in 2020
Of course, Amash may well not win, but that really is not the point. The prodigal son had limited hopes when he said goodbye to the pigs, but he had come to himself and he was heading home regardless.
Presidential Politics: Pseudo Choices and a Third Party Worth Considering
The 2020 presidential election cycle has been in full swing for months now, and we are still almost a year away from casting our...
Clinton, Kissinger, and the Democratic Tradition
Why would a self-proclaimed progressive Democrat pay honor to a Republican who exemplifies both dollar diplomacy and gunboat diplomacy?
Iowa Conference on Presidential Politics
Dr. Jeff Taylor, Professor of Political Science at Dordt College, invites you to attend the Iowa Conference on Presidential Politics. It will be held...
A Presidential Proposal Worthy of the Porch
The blogger, pundit, screenwriter, and all-around mensch Noah Millman has come up with a brilliant idea--Bernie Sanders, U.S. Senator from Vermont, and Jim Webb,...
What’s Wrong with the Republican Party?
An ill-fitting presidential nominee led to an election loss. A better nominee might win next time--but is winning enough?
Ron Paul should go to Wisconsin and make a splash.
The GOP in Limbo: How Low Can You Go?
Newt Gingrich is a master of righteous indignation although he’s far better at being indignant than being righteous. What's going on with conservative Christians?
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