If you are thinking that surely we have seen the the worst that 2020 has to offer, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but I ardently believe you are wrong. The November election is taking shape to be a storm that could easily make these other disasters and near-disasters pale in comparison. Continue reading 2020 Will Get Worse: The Election is a Looming Disaster
I hate to make this pitch as a man, but if you’re a woman, I really hope you’ll consider joining the liberty movement today. On one side, there’s Trump. All we really need to do is talk about the obvious. “I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. … Continue reading There is a Reason that Liberty is a Woman
Let me get this out of the way: I can’t stand Bernie Sanders. He’s inauthentic about his wealth, he didn’t apologize to the women sexually assaulted during his campaign until he decided he wanted to run for president again, and he’s frequently supported expanding government at the expense of American lives, freedom, and rights. That being said, it’s time to recruit his followers for liberty. … Continue reading Bringing in the Bernie Bros
For whatever reason, I only recently decided to listen to the audiobook version of Hillary Clinton’s 2.5 year-old post-mortem of her own 2016 presidential campaign, What Happened. I had just finished the much newer book A Very A Stable Genius by a pair of Washington Post reporters and saw that What Happened was available for free as an audio book from my local library. So I figured “Why not?”, and took the plunge. Continue reading “What Happened”, 2 1/2 Years Later
If Bernie Sander does not drop out of the presidential race now, he needs to at least stop lying about his intentions. He’s no longer running to win, but rather, just to hurt Joe Biden. And he’s putting the health of voters and the country at risk to do it. Continue reading Bernie Needs to Be Honest
Is it absurd to think that some states might not certify results? Is it ridiculous to imagine Democratic swing-state governors and secretary of states refusing to certify results to deny Trump a clear victory? Is it absurd to think that a President who fancies himself a king might even postpone the election if it was looking like his defeat was likely? Continue reading Do You Want a House of Cards Election?
I refuse to support a candidate who does not take peace seriously, and Tulsi is the only remaining candidate giving an anti-war message the centrality it deserves. I am proudly voting for peace today; I am proudly voting for Tulsi Gabbard. I urge anyone horrified by warfare and imperialism to do so as well. Continue reading Why I’m Proud to Vote for Tulsi
Over the past month, I’ve used FiveThirtyEight’s Democratic Primary Forecast and the always-fun 270ToWin map generator tools to produce a timelapse of the national Democratic primary. I started this project the day of the Iowa Caucuses, and have collected data up to the results of Super Tuesday. Continue reading Timelapse of the Democratic Primary – From Iowa to Super Tuesday
This whole campaign, Bernie’s promised to rally disaffected non-voters, rev up youth turnout to the polls, and unite the labor vote – none of those things have happened in any meaningful way. Bernie’s bass is loyal to the death, but it’s not growing. Continue reading 5 Takeaways from Super Tuesday
I do not support Joe Biden.
I will never vote for Joe Biden.
There’s so, so much to criticize Biden for, from his complicity in the Obama administration’s crimes to his constant collaborating with Republicans.
But for goodness’ sake, please stop mocking him for his stutter. Continue reading Stop Mocking Joe’s Speech