Democrats may be making a very serious error, one that could play right into Trump’s tiny hands.
Madagascar's recent election, on Dec. 20, 2013, offers important lessons for western policymakers seeking to repair broken democracies. The Indian Ocean island may seem politically irrelevant, but the lessons it can teach us should not be ignored.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the DNC is targeting voters in 10 state Senate districts that are represented by
As the saying goes, if you can't beat them, join them. Or, if it's 2013 and you're the Republican party, if you can't beat them, change the rules of the game so you can at least give yourself a shot.
If You Can't Vote for Anyone, You Can Always Vote Against Someone: How I Learned to Quit Whining and Get Involved
The underhanded tactics my co-author Allen Raymond employed to win elections for ten years are by no means confined to one party, and they permeate every level of electioneering.