It’s no secret that there’s a partisan divide in the media, but thus far, solutions to bridge that divide have been few and far between.
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The lesson is about… the human horrors of letting judges, or anyone else, determine our rights on the basis of history – especially when history omits so much.
Rebuilding trust in our democracy would require high-quality verification in the form of audits that will stand up in the court of public opinion.
Indiana has been a purple state dominated and oppressed by Republicans who stack every deck in their own favor, all three branches.
We will only have a chance to save our imperiled democracy if we work to reverse discriminatory laws like Citizens United.
Jake Grumbach’s book “Laboratories against Democracy: How National Parties Transformed State Politics” is out now from Princeton University Press.
Those controlling the levers of power need to be confronted on these issues and made uncomfortable enough so that they can act.
Democracy does not have a singular definition, which is one of the things that makes it so interesting to me — and undoubtedly to many of you.
Full disclosure: I’m a liberal Democrat. So, I won’t be sending in my vote-by-mail ballot for Ron DeSantis in November. Nor will I vote for him in 2024.
Several activists and average citizens have changed their communities and the country by taking important issues directly to votes.