Congress Has a New “Dads Caucus”: What’s That All About?

In my previous post, I described efforts to magnify stories that fight the negative narratives swirling around us, which are drowning out evidence of progress and the good that government does. I am grateful to historian Heather Cox Richardson for relating two relevant examples I would otherwise have missed. She calls them “relatively small things…that … Continue reading Congress Has a New “Dads Caucus”: What’s That All About?

“Anything You Care About Depends Upon Democracy”

NOTE: If you click on the Deadline White House video below and the Katie Porter video farther down--and I hope you will--you'll remain on Twitter (I'm not sure why.) On my computer, I can just click out of Twitter to return to this post, but on my iPhone, I had to leave and click on … Continue reading “Anything You Care About Depends Upon Democracy”

Why Do Voters Trust Republicans on the Economy More Than Democrats?

Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com “For all of the ‘pain at the pump’ stories, the answer is that wages and salaries have kept pace with inflation since Biden took office—and by this measure, most Americans are much better off than before the pandemic hit in 2020, and before he took office in 2021.” —Robert … Continue reading Why Do Voters Trust Republicans on the Economy More Than Democrats?