O Come All Ye Faithless Electors

November 16, 2016 James Conrad 0

Voters distressed and enraged by the news of Trump’s election have been petitioning electors within the College to choose Hillary Clinton on the basis that she won more popular votes and is better suited to be President than Trump. […]

How The Ku Klux Klan Helped The Republican Party Win The South

June 4, 2016 James Conrad 1

A study conducted by American Sociology Association researchers from Notre Dame, Yale and Brandeis suggests that the KKK, which had become more organized in the wake of the growing Civil Rights Movement of the early 1960s, helped the Republican Party gain a lasting voting stronghold in the southern United States.

The study analyzed vote totals county-by-county in Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Virginia and North and South Carolina, taking into account whether or not the Ku Klux Klan had established a chapter in those states. […]

Republicans Hit Sour Notes With Musicians

April 28, 2016 James Conrad 0

The Republicans have fallen out of favor with many popular musicians. For example, Donald Trump has tried to rally supporters by using songs by Neil Young, Aerosmith, REM and Adele, and all four acts have demanded that he cease and desist. […]

Do Republicans Project Their Perversions Onto Transgenders?

April 5, 2016 James Conrad 0

Across the board, GOP lawmakers claim that measures discriminating against transgendered people are being put forth in the interest of public safety, even though this sentiment transparently translates to putting the word out to the general public that transgendered people are dangerous sexual deviants who are predisposed to committing lascivious acts of assault. […]

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