The Politicians do not want Ordinary Americans to Vote

The obvious truth is neither Democratic nor Republican leaders want the Freedom to Vote Act to pass. Manchin acted as the fall guy to give other Democrats; such as President Biden and US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York) plausible deniability.

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Interesting Third-Party Candidates

Hence, Debs lost the battle, but won the war after his death. Therefore, Eugene V. Debs was one of the most successful third-party candidates in American history. Debs changed America by running and losing.  

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The Media Fails America Again

Republican state legislators could redraw 187 House districts, compared to Democrats’ 75-95, Mother Jones claims. In particular, Republicans could give themselves five new congressional districts in Florida. The Grand Old Party (GOP) could gain two to three additional seats in Texas, up to three extra seats in Georgia, and one to two additional seats in North Carolina.

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3 Top Tips for Starting a Political Consulting Firm

Starting your company in the political sector is by no means going to be an easy endeavor. If you’re to achieve this difficult yet highly rewarding feat, it’s recommended that you heed the advice laid out below.

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Weird Facts about America’s Political Parties

Between 1834 and 1852, America’s second largest political party was the Whigs.

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Independent Voters: the Most Destructive Myth in American Politics

There are no “independent voters.” Instead, the 38% of American voters pollsters label independent are people the two major parties and mainstream politicians ignore.

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Structural Changes to American Politics

Hypocritically, voters blame politicians for behavior the system encourages. Worse, politicians criticize ordinary people for lacking patriotism or civic spirit when they refuse to participate in a corrupt system that is rigged against them.

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