If this were a “normal” election, Trump and Republican senators and House members should get clobbered in November. This isn’t a normal election.
Wy Spano is the director of the Master of Advocacy and Political Leadership (MAPL) Program at Metropolitan State University.
We may never fully understand why Trump did what he did in Helsinki, but it likely has to do with a combination of fear, greed and altruism.
Labor’s interest in the 2018 election is, to put it mildly, justified. Unions have already seen a drastic deterioration of their power, especially in the private sector.
I’m one of a startlingly large number of politically active and aware Minnesotans who are both madder than hell and profoundly sad today.
Longer-time observers, like me, remember when Minnesotans would only use interrupt and shut-down-the-meeting tactics for really big issues. Now we’re doing it for parking meters?
We have a governor insisting on instituting a massive and beneficial change in our state’s education system. We have the money. We can afford it. It benefits all kids.
Now we’re putting all the candidates on the table at one time and asking voters to pick and rank the best.