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Fair and Free Elections…?

A democracy is a government whose powers are created by the consent of the governed as expressed through fair and free elections. All citizens are considered equal, and their voices carry equal weight. It is no secret that the United States does not...

Defend the Dreamers

The good and bad news is that in our country executive power is fleeting. Presidents can issue executive orders that become law, but the following president can just as easily undo those orders. On Tuesday September 5th, 45 did just that...

Waiting for the Rain to Stop

We are weary. Beat down by months of one repulsive and impulsive tweet-turned-executive-order after another. And now, horrific Harvey, which officials estimate will send 30,000 Texas residents into shelters, not to mention many other displaced...

The Media Megaphone

In his 2007 essay “The Braindead Megaphone,” George Saunders describes a gathering of average folks—discussing topics of interest to them with openness and intelligence—who are suddenly drowned out by a man with a megaphone. “He’s not the smartest...

Town Hall Time

This week marks the real beginning of the August Recess for Congress, which means your representatives are home and likely hosting town halls. Take advantage of this opportunity for some face time—now is your chance to be more than just an email or...