While we're still analyzing the election results and debating the importance of different factors to the final outcome, everyone agrees that white working-class voters played a key part in Donald Trump's victory, in some cases by switching their votes and in some cases by turning out when they had been non-voters before.
And now that he's about to take office, he's ready to deliver on what he promised them, right? Well, maybe not so much, according to The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty.... Read More
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Jeb Bush calls for constitutional convention to pass term limits
One election is not sufficient reason to monkey with the U.S. Constitution. Term limits have their drawbacks as do the other proposals Bush favors. As Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters, "We have term limits now — they're called elections.” Bush also appears to be seeking to exploit the popularity of term limits to bring about the adoption of his other proposals, which may not be in the best interest of the American voter. What is noticeably absent from Bush's proposals is doing away with the electoral college, a proposal in which many Americans have shown renewed interest since the election.The Return of Term Limits
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