It’s no secret people are frustrated with our two major political parties. In this commentary, Mike McCabe of BlueJean Nation discusses why the parties need to change their ways to realign with where the country is going, and not where we’ve been.
Alejandro Alonso Galva takes some time to examine the Democratic Party and attitudes about voters that might have to change….among other topics.
Wisconsin will soon vote to be the 30th state to call for a constitutional convention, with the intention of drafting a “balanced budget amendment.” Behind the effort is the American Legislative Exchange Council. Democratic State Representative Chris Taylor joined Tony to talk about the dangers of the process, as well as how Wisconsin Democrats are […]
In this commentary, Mike McCabe of BlueJean Nation talks party platforms. What’s the purpose? McCabe states party platforms are only relevant to a few thousand delegates for one week a year during the party convention. The excessively verbose documents, he says, are really scaffolds, not platforms.
Allen Ruff interviews journalist and political commentator Thomas Frank , author of the recent “Listen, Liberal or, What Ever Happened to the Party of the People.” The book gives a historical look at the rise of the “professional class” in the Democratic Party, the abandonment of the party’s traditional popular base, and the results.
Never insult voters; that should be the first rule of politics. Hillary Clinton broke that rule by calling Trump supporters “deplorables” and “irredeemable.” She may have lost the election at that very moment. In this commentary, Mike McCabe of BlueJean Nation explains how Democrats nominated exactly the wrong person at the wrong time. Meanwhile, Republicans […]