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STAT: The Readout Loud
DEMOCRACY UNDER SIEGE
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Charting a course correction in our politics
"The question is not whether the goals for America are to make it first or not. The question is which policies actually support America’s best interests."
Republicans probably won’t subvert the presidential election — this year
Partisan gerrymandering has made Trump’s last ditch, constitution-busting stress test for American democracy possible.
Until Trump and GOP accept truth of election, our country will suffer
"At home and abroad, America’s safety and reputation are at risk. Please, it’s time to put country before politics."
Laurence H. Tribe and Joseph R. Grodin
Let’s hear it for the judges for dismissing Trump’s lawsuits
They have insisted on deciding the cases brought to them on the basis of the evidence and the law.
We look to Georgia for a course correction of our politics
"We all know what a disaster our Congress has been. The voters of Georgia have an opportunity to make things better."
Like people, our democracy can only take so much
"Like people, our democracy has a limited ability to heal. If we attack democracy too much and too often, it will wither and die."
Between ‘we’ and ‘they,’ there is the American challenge that is ‘us’
An op-ed by a Trump voter from Dallas generated a range of reactions from readers, including a genuine invitation from one to bridge the divide.
Playing Trump’s seemingly endless endgame
Readers express concern that the president's refusal to concede the election imperils the nation's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lindsey Graham’s shameful effort to subvert democracy
The South Carolina senator’s apparent scheming to disenfranchise voters is a disgrace.
Facebook failed American democracy — again
The social media company fails to prevent the spread of misinformation and incitement of violence. Democracy continues to suffer the consequences.