How to Overturn an Election

The Moore v. Harper decision could allow state legislatures to subvert elections The January 6th hearings have proven that the threats to our elections come from all directions: the White House, a violent mob, secretaries of state, legal machinations, alternative electors claiming their state went for Trump with a senator’s aid. Dangerous plots abound, but […]

The Politicization of the Supreme Court is Complete

The Supreme Court has always been political, but now its reputation is crashing. Welcome to the Democracy Brief. Check out this week’s episode of Winter is Here where RDI’s Board President, Senator Heidi Heitkamp, sits down with Uriel Epshtein for a conversation on a perceived urban-rural divide and the impact it has on democracy in the US […]

The January 6th Bombshells

Why criminal charges for top officials are looking more likely The January 6th committee hearings are confirming what we knew: Trump and his inner circle conspired to overturn the election; a few people stopped the conspiracy from going forward; the mob storming the Capitol was predictable and key figures in the administration could have prevented […]

It’s Time for a Great Voting Rights Compromise

Last week, the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, announced that he was stepping down from his role and soon to leave the company altogether. The decision comes three years after he publicly discussed Twitter’s struggle to control misinformation and hate speech, echo chambers, and an algorithm which favors controversial content. Since then, improvements have been marginal at best.

Why Populists Love $5 Gas

Last week, the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, announced that he was stepping down from his role and soon to leave the company altogether. The decision comes three years after he publicly discussed Twitter’s struggle to control misinformation and hate speech, echo chambers, and an algorithm which favors controversial content. Since then, improvements have been marginal at best.

The Truth About China’s COVID “Success”

Last week, the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, announced that he was stepping down from his role and soon to leave the company altogether. The decision comes three years after he publicly discussed Twitter’s struggle to control misinformation and hate speech, echo chambers, and an algorithm which favors controversial content. Since then, improvements have been marginal at best.

The Bellwether Primaries

Last week, the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, announced that he was stepping down from his role and soon to leave the company altogether. The decision comes three years after he publicly discussed Twitter’s struggle to control misinformation and hate speech, echo chambers, and an algorithm which favors controversial content. Since then, improvements have been marginal at best.

Putin’s Obsession with Victory Day

Last week, the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, announced that he was stepping down from his role and soon to leave the company altogether. The decision comes three years after he publicly discussed Twitter’s struggle to control misinformation and hate speech, echo chambers, and an algorithm which favors controversial content. Since then, improvements have been marginal at best.

The Foreign Roots of the Gay Panic

Last week, the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, announced that he was stepping down from his role and soon to leave the company altogether. The decision comes three years after he publicly discussed Twitter’s struggle to control misinformation and hate speech, echo chambers, and an algorithm which favors controversial content. Since then, improvements have been marginal at best.

Ethnic Cleansing is the Point

Last week, the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, announced that he was stepping down from his role and soon to leave the company altogether. The decision comes three years after he publicly discussed Twitter’s struggle to control misinformation and hate speech, echo chambers, and an algorithm which favors controversial content. Since then, improvements have been marginal at best.