Donald Trump claims he can rewrite the electoral map. Here’s how well that’s going for him.
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Red states, particularly in the south, are undermining the federal tax code that addresses wealth inequality to give more to wealthy donors.
What Happens To Emergency Rooms When A State Doesn’t Expand Medicaid? Louisiana Is A Harrowing Example
What will the residents of Louisiana do if all the ERs have to close? These closures are the legacy of Bobby Jindal’s fight against the ACA.
The statistics are in: blue states with strong gun laws are safer than red states with weak gun laws.
Georgian politicians are holding their breath, waiting for the release of fund-raising figures at the end of the year. Republicans are anxious; Democrats are buoyant. Two candidates for office in 2014 come from prominent Democratic political families. Their names could boost the participation of voters and confirm the trend […]
The GOP’s internal problems could leave its candidates too weak and under-financed to mount a serious defense against the Democrats in 2014 and beyond.
On Thursday afternoon, Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis did what her jazzed up fan base hoped she’d do, and announced she’s running for governor.
Despite the touted Republican policies that have had free rein in Louisiana, the state continues to lag in all metrics that matter to the middle class.
If Republicans want to reform the electoral college, why don’t they propose electing presidents by popular vote and ditching the electoral college?
Why bother trying to win the popular vote when the RedMaps strategy makes rigging elections so easy?
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank says letting red states secede would be fiscally beneficial for the US.
You’ve heard this from me many times over the years, but both parties are NOT the same, and anyone who says such a thing is not an “expert,” no matter how he/she portray themselves.