Republican candidates, by and large, did not have a great 2020. Georgia ousted its Republican senators, Trump-backed Republicans struggled in moderate Congressional districts, and Trump himself lost the White House. … Continue Reading GOP efforts to stymie voting demonstrate that they know they lost in 2020
In the aftermath of World War II, the victorious Allies faced a daunting task. Not only had the war had a devastating impact on Germany’s industrial and economic might – … Continue Reading Deqification
Congressional Republicans are trying to stop the body from certifying Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential election. Congress makes this certification on January 6 and by all accounts … Continue Reading Here are all the times previously that Congress has gotten involved in a presidential election
Surprise: Trump supporters are threatening acts of terrorism to overthrow American democracy, who saw that coming?
On Friday, the Supreme Court soundly rejected an attempt by the State of Texas to challenge the election results in four states. The whole thing was blatantly unconstitutional, as the … Continue Reading Surprise: Trump supporters are threatening acts of terrorism to overthrow American democracy, who saw that coming?
Way back in 2000, before coronavirus pandemics and September 11 and The Real Housewives, the Supreme Court of the United States was asked a key question in the now-famous Bush … Continue Reading We now enter the “attempt to overturn Bush v. Gore” phase of the election
There’s a possibility that Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff can change the balance of power in the U.S. Senate towards Democrats. The pair are popular, they’re running in the … Continue Reading Trump doesn’t care about other Republicans. Why do they care about him?
Back in 2019, a rumor began circulating. First, it flowed through prominent Democratic officials and donors, then through the outer ring of politicos, and finally through the press. The rumor: … Continue Reading President Kamala Harris
In January 2021, Donald Trump will assume the title of pretender, the first widely-recognized President of the United States in exile. It will not be pretty. The first evidence of … Continue Reading The coming presidency-in-exile
Ever since the liberal mainstream media called the election for Joe Biden even before all the votes were counted and with allegations of pro-Democratic voter fraud all across this great … Continue Reading Trump could use this little-known loophole to still win the election
Georgia’s two U.S. senators have a bone to pick with the state’s Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger. See, last week, they ran for re-election in a rare double election (usually … Continue Reading Georgia Secretary of State: Be better candidates if you want to win elections
Cities across the U.S. broke out in spontaneous celebration after the Associated Press projected that Joe Biden will win Pennsylvania and, thus, the presidency. In Philadelphia and Atlanta – which … Continue Reading It hasn’t felt like this in a long time
Across Twitter, armchair pundits and genuine pundits alike are a little frustrated by the lack of a call in the presidential election. No major network, nor the Associated Press, has … Continue Reading Joe Biden is the winner – but we don’t know how, yet
Julie Rovner Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared to be inching toward the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency Wednesday afternoon, but at the same time it was … Continue Reading A Biden Win and Republican Senate Might Lead to Gridlock on Health Issues
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Another Pyramid contributor challenged me to a simple contest: predict the outcome of today’s election and whoever is closest gets, you know, the honor of being closest. While he took … Continue Reading There’s a chance we look back on this and laugh, right?
Four years ago, my uncle sent a mass e-mail to me and a bunch of other relatives asking us to make election prediction maps and explain our reasoning, and that … Continue Reading Will the Switch to Voting by Mail be an Empowerment or an Obstacle?