The latest episode of the podcast Ways & Means explores one of the most vexing issues in politics -- how to get more ordinary people to run for office. “It really matters that almost none of our politicians come from the working class jobs that most Americans do every single day,” says Sanford assistant professor Nick Carnes, who has written a book on the subject. “That made me want to understand what exactly is keeping ordinary Americans from getting into politics.”
White Privilege in the podcast Ways & Means
Record-breaking temperatures are occurring with alarming frequency in the United States, but Americans are reacting with a collective shrug. One explanation: For a vast majority of Americans, the weather is simply becoming more pleasant.
Primary Elections in The New York Times
Disease Control in The Hill
in TIME magazine
“Sanders has actually put forth a plan to actually curb emissions, whereas in Clinton’s place really right now it’s just continued rhetoric, and there’s no clear plan put forth.”
in the Real News Network