Category Archives: Moderate Politics

This is not normal.

If there were ever a time I hoped to be wrong, this would’ve been that time. Shortly after the Iowa Caucuses in February, I wrote an article titled, “Here comes the revolution, but it’s not what you think.” In that … Continue reading

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Understanding White Privilege: A Guide For White People

By J Lee Hugar On a cool sun-filled day sixteen years ago, I casually drove my work van through a bluster of city streets with the windows rolled down and Eminem blasting through the speakers. I’m not entirely sure why … Continue reading

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Solutions for a Revolution: How Bernie Sanders Supporters Can Save the Movement

I’ve been exceptionally hard on Bernie Sanders and his supporters this election cycle. Anyone that reads this blog can tell you that the majority of my posts are critical of the senator and his so-called “revolution.” Truthfully though, there’s a … Continue reading

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No one reads this blog, and that’s okay.

Well, I shouldn’t say that. It’s probably more correct to say that a few people read this blog. I read it, my wife reads it. My friends read it when they have time, and there’s a handful of WordPress followers … Continue reading

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The PostModerate Platform: American Exceptionalism

That American Exceptionalism is only possible by our example. It almost sounds like a dirty word; a politically-charged, cringe-worthy term guaranteed to spark a debate over its etymology, its implications, and its merit. From the right, you’ll likely hear boasts … Continue reading

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The PostModerate Platform: Citizenship

That citizenship is active. Unless we’re talking about undocumented workers supposedly pouring across our southern border, Americans don’t spend a lot of time talking about citizenship. Nothing compels us to examine our status as citizens, and our liberty prevents us … Continue reading

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The PostModerate Platform: Foundations

Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll be laying out in greater detail the ideology of the PostModerate Platform. The first four tenets are grouped together under the title, “Foundations.” That the best solutions to our problems remain within the … Continue reading

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The PostModerate Platform

At some point it’s necessary for a political party to put forth a set of ideas that form the foundation of its philosophy. What follows is a collection of guiding principles that moderates should study with a careful eye and … Continue reading

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Can you still be a moderate in America?

It’s a fair question. So far, this election cycle is a gravitational pull toward the extremes. Disillusioned citizens across America are flocking to the candidate that best represents their anger at the establishment. For many, it’s not merely enough to … Continue reading

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