In a Post-Truth Era

To Know Your Country Is To Love Your Country

The False Choice: Socialism vs. Capitalism

There’s been a lot of talk about socialism vs. capitalism, and how the U.S. is not in any way a socialist country. In fact, we have managed to mix in a little bit of socialism with our capitalism…without becoming a totalitarian state. It’s about time we learn that socialism vs. capitalism is a false choice.

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Law School Graduate Goes on Welfare

Law School Graduate Goes on Welfare

Society generally perceives people on welfare as being lazy, uneducated, low-skilled freeloaders. For those of you who find yourself agreeing with this stereotype, we invite you to consider the case of a law school graduate who was forced to go on government assistance.

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Kim Jong-Un Got More from the Summit than the U.S.

President Trump came home from his summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un crowing about the historic nature of the meeting and what he had accomplished. But the agreement the two signed is vague, and experts say Kim got more out of the deal than the U.S.

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Maine Experiments with a New Way of Voting

The people of the state of Maine got the chance to try ranked-choice voting in the June 12 primary elections for the first time since it was approved by referendum in 2016. Voters seemed to like it, but it has a lot of opposition from the Republican party and the state’s highest court.

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What SCOTUS’ Voter Purging Ruling Means for Voters

SCOTUS has ruled in favor of Ohio’s aggressive voter purging rules, saying the rule does not violate the NVRA. This ruling sets the stage for other states to follow Ohio’s example. It’s time to be even more proactive in ensuring equal opportunity to vote for all.

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This GOP Donor Wants Protections for Young Immigrants

WeatherTech founder David MacNeil donated $1 million to Donald Trump’s January 2017 inauguration, but has since vowed to cut off funding to any Republican candidate who doesn’t back upcoming legislation that would protect immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children.

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