We are all foreign policy voters

July 24, 2016 Thomas Armbruster 1

Adding an international dimension to your voting calculus is a good idea. Even if the candidates are not giving you much to go on. When a campaign devolves to a few soundbites and slogans, it’s tempting to wait out the election for a better candidate. […]

The one Roger Ailes hire that changed American politics forever

July 22, 2016 Syndicated Columns 0

Roger Ailes’ 20-year reign as the chairman of Fox News ended this week, the result of a sexual harassment scandal. He will be remembered by journalism ethicists as the poster boy for conflict of interest. But of Ailes’ many departures from journalistic norms of impartiality, the most egregious was his hiring of a cousin of presidential candidate George W. Bush during the 2000 election. […]

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