Posts Tagged:Election 2016

The Rejection of Incrementalism & Other Election Takeaways

By: Scott Jennings With the dust settling on the 2016 general election, here are a few observations on the big questions people are asking: Does Trump’s losing the popular vote mean anything? Yes, it means the Democratic Party under President Barack Obama lost connectivity to non-urban voters, and that Hillary Clinton lacked the political skills…

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Clinton and Lochte: Peas in a No Rules Pod

This column appeared in the August 31, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. By: Scott Jennings There are two kinds of people in the world – those who believe the rules apply to them, and those who don’t. Most of us follow the rules. We pay our taxes. We drive the speed limit and use turn…

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