Persuade (v): to move by argument, entreaty, or expostulation to a belief, position, or course of action
So it has been awhile since we had one of these (thankfully), but the worst idea of April 2018 is a great representative of the silliness seemingly assaulting our politics these days.Read More »
A rare non-hot-take on Speaker Paul Ryan and the future of the House of Representatives.
With all of the partisan fights over absurdities like the President’s dalliances with a porn star, Facebook personality quiz apps, and whether the President can find a competent lawyer, one would think that a subject as anodyne as the decennial census would be safe from inter-party bickering. Unfortunately, that’s no longer the case, as seemingly every aspect of government is being fought over these days, even the incredibly boring (although important) ones.
It took awhile this month, but here it is: by far, the worst idea of February 2018.
Germany’s ‘Grand Coalition’ is back. But what does it mean for the country, the European Union, and the US?