It would be simplistic to blame the shortcomings of the PPP on a single leader or political party. But when things consistently fail in the same way, it’s time to acknowledge systematic issues.
The party meddling that has followed Sen. Mike Enzi’s retirement announcement effectively rigged the 2020 election, columnist Dodson writes, and is unfair to voters.
Fixing the U.S. health care system, Dodson argues, doesn’t hinge on single-payer versus private options. Instead, it comes down to lawmakers doing the right thing to keep costs down.
In wake of delegation’s failure to support healthcare bill for miners, guest columnist David Dodson argues they ignored sound conservative economic principles for doing so.
Open primaries and ranked choice voting make party switching moot, ensure all voters have a say and ensure no one gets elected without majority support