Category Archives: Electoral Politics

Libertarians, Liberals and Leftists: Oh my

As someone who has often used the term “left-libertarian” to describe myself, I’ve always found the American Libertarian tendency to ally with Republicans frustrating.  I think the left and libertarians could accomplish a lot together.  Mike Gravel has always made … Continue reading

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Canadaland vs Jesusland!

After the 2004 election, many Americans joked that the states that voted for John Kerry should just form a union with Canada.  Although the Jesusland maps were meant to be a joke, what would a divided US look like?  First, … Continue reading

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The Death of a Swing State

I had originally written this shortly after the 2010 census results were published.  I find it particularly relevant because it talks about the Florida Path.  The fact major political consultants are talking about an idea I wrote about a year … Continue reading

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