Some argue for scrapping the Electoral College. But would a more proportional allocation of electoral votes work just as well?
Life often gives us unlikely symmetries. We see Wisconsin, Michigan, and North Carolina falling into a diligently designed […]
When major world events occur, observers and analysts are often quick to jump to speculative conclusions – aided […]
From Bauhaus to Your Mouse: Fred Turner’s Brilliant New Book on the Origins and Politics of Interactive Media
Democracy is a funny word. In the strictest sense, it means “government by the people,” with decisions made […]
It’s a bit off-season to be discussing the electoral college, but last fall I made some notes on […]