What do hotly contested high school class presidency elections—set 20 years apart—teach us about our attitudes toward politics?
Trust in Government
Many arms of government are unpopular with large swathes of the American population.
When libertarians dole out blame for the growth of government, perhaps we should take a look in the mirror.
The socialist wave may be more of a media-bubble thing than any sort of legitimate groundswell.
How would you like it if nearby strangers could instantly access your credit score on their phones?
Depletion of trust and confidence in public and private institutions is happening across the board and leads to more, not less, government.
The feds can't pass a budget or do much very well, yet a record level of Americans want it more involved in our lives. That's not as crazy as it seems.
Paradoxically, government grows because of our lack of confidence in it.
but that he WAS dinner.
Whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump wins the election, massive challenges face the next president of the United States.
There's simply a huge cost when officials and politicians lie all the time.
That seems high, to be honest
Mutual disdain for Washington, D.C. can bring us all together
Given the disaster his presidency has become, you can't blame the guy for wanting some alone time.