Feminism and Partisan Politics

Using New York State in the 1970s as a case study this program will cover how the Democratic Party transitioned from the party of the New Deal to one supportive of the legislative goals of modern feminist movements in the…

Post Mid-Term Election Analyses with the Pros

The mid-term elections have profoundly impacted most Americans. Many, who otherwise were passive about politics became activated and involved with campaigns, voter initiatives, and advocacy. Three pros, Never Trump Republican, a prominent Democratic advisor, and a former Republican Bergen County…

What’s Happening to the Middle Class?

The economic reports indicate an economy on the move, yet the middle class appears to be in trouble: stagnant wages and job promotion opportunities, high education costs, student debt, increased taxes, and a general sense of struggle and confusion. How…

SCOTUS, Polarization, and the Rule of Law

The federal courts, and particularly the Supreme Court, usually reliable institutions embodying the nation’s commitment to the rule of law, have come to the foreground of our polarized political environment. The increasingly vicious tone of battles over judicial nominations is…