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In a state with a dominant party and closed primaries, unaffiliated voters don't get much say.        ... [Read More]
It's possible to point out that women and people of color are badly under-represented in positions of power without saying "Don't vote for any white... [Read More]
People have a right to try and protect their property values, but not at all costs.        ... [Read More]
America's greatest moral failures came when it was afraid. And politicians are exploiting fear of immigrants.        ... [Read More]
Opponents of an assault weapons ban are winning because they have more concrete reasons to care than opponents.        ... [Read More]
Opponents of an assault weapons ban are winning because they have more concrete reasons to care than opponents.        ... [Read More]
Delaware politicians pride themselves on their ability to work together. Can they successfully do that on guns?        ... [Read More]
Money in politics, Russian interference, and ubiquitous advertising are problems, but citizens can take solutions into their own hands, the columnist argues.        ... [Read More]
There's a difference between staying informed and an unhealthy fixation.        ... [Read More]
The beloved secretary of the Senate represents a kind of commitment that is vanishing, columnist Matthew Albright writes.        ... [Read More]
The growing allure of celebrity presidential candidates shows our increasingly simplified view of politics. [Read More]
We should stop making every difference a conflict and every disagreement a war, columnist Matthew Albright writes. [Read More]
We should stop making every difference a conflict and every disagreement a war, columnist Matthew Albright writes.        ... [Read More]
Control of the Delaware Senate stays with the Democrats, as Stephanie Hansen wins 58 percent of the vote in District 10.        ... [Read More]
After an often grim and ugly year, columnist Matthew Albright says the Christmas season reminds us to look for the light in the world.      ... [Read More]
It's wrong for Alabamans to stick with a probable pedophile, but consider how you would act in their shoes, the columnist says.        ... [Read More]
Recent grants to ex-city council president stirred outrage, but they're only the latest example, writes columnist Matthew Albright.        ... [Read More]
Carney is trying to bring together groups who are deeply distrustful of each other after years of contentious education reforms, the columnist writes.       ... [Read More]
Columnist Matthew Albright argues that our reply to violence should be: we are not afraid.        ... [Read More]
Efforts to more tightly regulate firearms could be more effective if those pushing them acknowledged why many Americans love guns, the columnist says.       ... [Read More]
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