Category: 2016 Elections
“Victory has a hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan.” So for Harsh Your Mellow Monday let us talk about some of those orphans of failure.
So, what’s the purpose of primaries anyway? Are they a process by which a political party selects its nominees, or is a function of the overall US election system?
Fact checking, as practiced today, falls wildly short of its ideals
With one of the most unpredictable presidential campaigns looming on the horizon for 2020, one thing will certainly be different from the 2016 version: the Democratic nominee will set foot in Wisconsin.
Her public image is the worst of any losing presidential candidate since at least Gerald Ford.
The civil rights party realignment didn’t really happen until 2008.
True, Hillary Clinton received roughly 2.9 million more votes that Trump. But she didn’t get the most votes either.
Nobody did. Nobody also won the electoral college in a landslide.
If the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he isn’t real, the GOP’s greatest trick is convincing working Americans that literally destroying the federal government is in their best interests.
Parting thoughts on the former next Madame President. (Or: I listened to 16 hours of Hillary Clinton so you don’t have to.)
Trump’s campaign hats are why Trump won
A look at the trials and tribulations of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Sciencing elections may be a dead end.