America’s Partisan Divide Can Increasingly Be Found Along County Lines

At the turn of the 20th century, America’s major dividing lines were found along regional and geographic boundaries.  The South was solidly Democratic and the majority of the rest of the nation Republican. Today, those dividing lines are gone.  The … Continue reading America’s Partisan Divide Can Increasingly Be Found Along County Lines

Is Obama to Blame for the Democratic Party’s Midterm Failures?

Democrats have suffered spectacularly under President Obama.  When Obama took office his party controlled the majority of the nation’s 98 legislative chambers (Nebraska has a nonpartisan unicameral Senate), 29 gubernatorial mansions, held 59 Senate Seats and 257 seats in Congress. … Continue reading Is Obama to Blame for the Democratic Party’s Midterm Failures?