Co-authors of The Long Southern Strategy: How Chasing White Voters in the South Changed American Politics (Oxford University Press, 2019) Angie Maxwell, director of the Diane Blair Center of Southern Politics and Society and professor in Southern Studies at the University of Arkansas and Todd Shields, dean of the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and a professor of political science at the University of Arkansas talk about the GOP’s Southern strategy beyond Goldwater and Nixon moved to capture voters opposed to the civil rights movement.
Mothers have a different experience with time. Their husbands often don’t loose the same amount of leisure time.
Even with supportive fathers, there is still a disparity between the amount of time demands on fathers and mothers.
Stephen Moore, fellow at the Project for Economic Growth at the Heritage Foundation, the author of Trumponomics: Inside the America First Plan to Revive Our Economy (All Points Books (October, 2018), and President Trump’s pick for the Federal Reserve Board, talks about the role of the Fed and its current policies.
Rachel Bowen, associate professor of political science at Ohio State University and the author of The Achilles Heel of Democracy: Judicial Autonomy and the Rule of Law in Central America (Cambridge University Press, 2017), talks about the constitutional crisis inside Guatemala that is causing increased migration to the U.S.
(18 minutes) There was a guest who diagramed how a social media story was shared.
Now he waits until someone has picked it apart.
Think of yourself as on social media as if you were on a drug.