politics

Politics does not dictate our collective cultural mindset as much as it simply reflects it; We've got to look in the mirror sometimes, and we've got one.

Tim Brycea day ago
Mr. Trump's Economic Playbook
Click for AUDIO VERSION. At a recent Trump Rally in Tampa, the president put on a clinic for Republican candidates going into the midterm elections. Basically, he is selling prosperity, or, to paraphr...
Tim Bryce7 days ago
It's Mudslinging Season
Click for AUDIO VERSION. Here in Florida, as it is in many other states, it is primary season where political parties select their candidates to run in November. Unlike the general election, I tend to...
Tim Bryce8 days ago
Why Are Traditional Democrats Fading Away?
BRYCE ON POLITICS - The more Democrats resist President Trump, the more working people move to the GOP. Click for AUDIO VERSION. The Democrats are on a collision course with disaster. They used to be ...
Tasia Kieffer11 days ago
Can Federalism Survive?
The ideas introduced though new doctrines can at first seem wonderful, such as federalism. The Founding Fathers’ idea that there could be a document that has a set of guidelines for government to foll...
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Brian 13 days ago
Poverty Becomes Cyclical in Canada
The old saying is the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. I reflected on this in my everyday life and realized the privilege that people experience when they have money. The options are greater a...
Bryan Graysona month ago
An America Divided
In 1789, A small group of colonies just won their independence from a monarchy across the Pacific Ocean. Now they were faced with a dilemma; How should the government be running and who should be in c...
Robert Wellsa month ago
American Architectural Psychology
Architectural and urban designs are often reflections of the cultures that built them. In the US, a legacy of racism runs through our highways and cities.
Heeta Joshia month ago
Utilitarian Standpoint: Issues Where I Stand Neutral
Hey Guys, Today I want to talk about neutrality, and the top ten social issues that I stand neutral on. I wrote something similar where I listed top ten things which people are irrationally sensitive ...
Lucas Jacksona month ago
Playing Football?
In recent years, especially since the election of Jeremy Corbyn first in 2015 after Labour's disastrous defeat in the general election and then again in September 2016 after a coup—this time with a la...
Andy Reeda month ago
The Serpents That Shape the World
On the evening of September 26, 1960, the unknown senator from Massachusetts John F. Kennedy faced off against incumbent Vice President Richard Nixon, in what was the United States’ first televised de...
Thomas Sebachera month ago
What Is "The Left"
"The Left." We hear it constantly from conservative pundits and editorialists, most often trying to get rise from the democratic party. I find that nobody on the right actually knows that that means. ...
Tim Brycea month ago
Why Are the Democrats Turning to Socialism?
BRYCE ON POLITICS - Most people do not understand the differences between Capitalism and Socialism. Click for AUDIO VERSION. To use this segment in a Radio broadcast or Podcast, send TIM a request. Th...
Stephen Waldena month ago
'The Purge' Already Happened in the 2016 Presidential Election
October 9, 2016. Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. The second presidential debate is kicking off with a question to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. A woman asks about the negati...
Best Vintage Cold War Political Cartoons
Studying Cold War political cartoons allows one to see how America sees itself in the ways in which it identifies its own mirror double in the Soviet Union. In US criticism of the USSR, we discover Am...
Thomas Sebacher2 months ago
Compromise
Compromise. We have compromised for too long, there is a single option that we acknowledge as possible and feasible, and that it must happen as decent, principled millennials. We need a revolution, wh...
Dillon Staples2 months ago
Dying Democracy: The Collapse of Compromise
If one were to ask anyone that predates the millenials about the current political atmosphere, responses tend to be of similar nature. Despite political affiliation, everyone seems to have a strong di...
Tim Bryce2 months ago
Are the Democrats Winning?
BRYCE ON POLITICS - Even with their visceral and intolerant behavior? Click for AUDIO VERSION. Democrats claim the "Blue Tide" is rising as we approach the 2018 midterm elections. As evidence, they po...
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Dominic Langer2 months ago
Refugee Crisis Comes Back to Haunt Europe
Dominic Langer The Refugee Crisis that first hit Europe in summer 2015 may be three years ago, but its consequences still shape Europe's politics today. In the last few weeks, an increasingly challeng...