I set out with a simple idea when I began this project in August — to focus on domestic political disputes through the lens of nonpartisanship. “It is a rare day when both parties can initially come together in support of a policy, but it is an even rarer day when one party truly has […]
USC Political Student Assembly’s event focused on the upcoming midterm elections.
The Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics sponsored a two-day seminar in the state capital.
President Barack Obama is about to join Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan, Lord Auckland and Leonid Brezhnev in a very exclusive club that only adds a new member every few decades: world leaders who have tried and failed to successfully invade and reshape Afghanistan, referred to in the history books as “the graveyard of empires.” […]