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What Is Court-Packing?

Article III of the Constitution created the United States Supreme Court, but it didn’t give much detail about how the… Read More

Solving Election Dilemmas

Even though Election Day 2020 has come and gone, there are still many questions about who actually won and how… Read More

The Cabinet: Advisers to the President

As the head of the executive branch, the president must enforce legislation and, in some cases, Supreme Court decisions favorable… Read More

American Elections: A History of Controversy

Usually, presidential elections go smoothly, with a winner being declared immediately after Election Day. But, as we see now in… Read More

What Is Voter Turnout and Why Does It Matter?

The number of registered voters who actually cast votes in elections is called voter turnout – and it is a… Read More

State Politics During Presidential Elections

Around election time, states are usually called “blue” or “red.” On electoral maps, states are organized by colors to distinguish… Read More

Amy Coney Barrett: The Newest Supreme Court Justice

Soon after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death on September 18, 2020, President Donald Trump announced his pick for… Read More

Presidential Debates: Big Moments Can Cause Big Changes

Presidential debates can often help undecided voters decide who to pick on Election Day. Throughout the last 60 years, important… Read More

Voting in America: A Right with Rules

Voting is a right – and according to many, a duty for Americans. But voting has steps and rules to… Read More

How Voting Works Across America

Voting is considered a basic right for a citizen of any representative democracy or constitutional republic, like the United States…. Read More

The Scoop on U.S. Elections

Every four years, America holds a presidential election. Political ads and voter registration efforts dominate the news. The presidential election… Read More

Cancel Culture: From Exposing Wrongs to Silencing Dissent

Cancel culture is a form of online shaming. It has become the ultimate form of public shaming in the 21st… Read More