Grover Cleveland: Three lessons from a forgotten President accused of raping a woman as recently as 2011

President Grover Cleveland is one of three Presidents to run in three consecutive races, alongside Andrew Jackson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.  He is the only one to serve two, non-consecutive terms.  Known for his immovable principles, he rose to power by bucking his party and fell from grace for the same.  Today, he has been… Continue reading Grover Cleveland: Three lessons from a forgotten President accused of raping a woman as recently as 2011

Time Magazine: Maybe we should have another Civil War after all?

Progressive historian Jon Meacham takes to the cover of Time Magazine to helpfully explain how President Abraham Lincoln saved democracy by destroying it in the bloodiest conflict in United States history, and how these lessons apply to today’s political battles against the dreaded Ultra MAGA.  The narrative is clear, but the truth couldn’t be more… Continue reading Time Magazine: Maybe we should have another Civil War after all?

FBI raid: Biden’s conflict of interest is unresolvable and Republicans need to do more than demand answers

If President Biden and Attorney General Garland believe a conviction of Trump for any potential crime would prevent him from running again, clearing the field of the most likely candidate, they cannot be trusted to remain objective. Republicans can shut down the Senate until they provide satisfactory answers. In the wake of the FBI raid… Continue reading FBI raid: Biden’s conflict of interest is unresolvable and Republicans need to do more than demand answers

What is the proper remedy for an “illegitimate” Supreme Court?

Progressives take increasingly aggressive aim at the Supreme Court, branding it “illegitimate,” and recommending everything from expanding the number of Justices to ignoring their rulings entirely, but are any of their proposed schemes workable in the real world and what is the best way to proceed when the Court goes astray from your perspective? In… Continue reading What is the proper remedy for an “illegitimate” Supreme Court?