Democrats Are About to Set a Historical Record as the First Political Party to Win Six Out of Seven Popular Vote Victories for the White House
by Ronald L. Feinman
The consequence will be that the presidency becomes ever more powerful and the Congress weaker.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
Research suggests that exposing voters to flags will trigger pro-GOP feelings.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Jill Lepore
The spectacles in Cleveland and Philadelphia both came down to a question as old as the Republic: who are the people and who speaks for them?
by Ed Simon
What the president highlighted is that the party of Lincoln has increasingly become the party of Lincoln Rockwell.
The current Republican Party may also fall into that category, given how many powerful Republicans have refused to back Mr. Trump.
Michelle Obama, speaking at the Democratic Convention, said she lived in a home built by slaves. Some were taken aback, but history supports her.
by Tim Naftali
In modern U.S. political history, how unprecedented are such serious efforts by foreign governments to mess with our domestic politics? Not at all unprecedented, as it turns out.
It started with Eleanor Roosevelt in 1940.
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