Not voting for Trump or Clinton sends the message that we demand better options, and that we will not blindly support any candidate who happens to have an “R” next to his name on the ballot.
Democrats in Congress feel—dare we say it—entitled to push the limits of fiscal sanity in favor of long-sought-after liberal agenda items.
Democrats put a costly, partisan band-aid on the gaping bullet wound of skyrocketing health care costs.
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Sitting in Tercentenary Theater on that cold and wet Friday afternoon, watching the historic proceedings of President Drew G. Faust’s