The first step to not neglecting down-ballot races is convincing well-known candidates, somehow, to swallow their ambition for a few years and run for offices where they are needed, not offices they think they deserve.
To deny certain spaces to Republicans because of the policies they tolerate is to say that the dream is dead, to give up entirely on even the pretense of political coexistence. Is it worth it?
Companies know that, even should they alienate one applicant, they will have countless others, affording them the opportunity to push ever more rigorous and restrictive requirements.
Students, generally speaking, are in school to learn, not to be crisis counselors, psychologists, or even outreach officers.
Saudi Arabia looks like an unjustified bully, while Qatar gets to sweep its sins under the carpet.
“I think a lot of protests focus on sensationalism, but I think making sure your people are empowered and in it for the long haul [is] key.”
Justin Jin shares a brief summary of the conflict in Syria and gives us his take on events.
The US and UK aren’t the only countries to face massive popular upheavals and high-stakes elections.