By KrisAnne Hall On Wednesday, the Oregon House passed legislation (HB 2927) that would require Oregon to award its Electoral College votes only to presidential candidates who win the national popular vote. According to National Popular Vote, this kind of
By Rod Thomson In some eerie ways, this election mirrors the 2012 election by response. And in a few startling ways, the response is dramatically different. The way conservatives and Republicans felt after 2012 is amazingly akin to how liberals
By Rod Thomson Some bad ideas just won’t die. Most recently, the continuing effort by those who lost the Presidential election to retrospectively change the rules continues to plow on — naturally enough courtesy of the friendly mainstream media megaphone.
By David G. Johnson If I were in possession of a time machine, the top of my destination list would be the Constitutional Convention. Maybe the First Continental Congress. Or really any of the seminal gatherings at which our Founding Fathers
By David G. Johnson Public reaction to last week’s election results has been startling, from rioting on the left to Washington power-brokers on the right cozying up to the incoming President. But will the outcome of this election really matter in the long
by Rep. Julio Gonzalez Thankfully, the 2016 election is over. The states have instructed the national government about the direction in which they want it to go, and their directive is as clear as it is resounding: Get the heck