I’m excited to announce the publication of my first book Sixteen: A Rational Account of an Irrational Election. The Kindle version will be out May 15th but is available for pre-order NOW here. […]
Matthew Gentzkow and Jesse Shapiro of the Bureau of Economic Research published a working paper a few years back on political media bias in American print newspapers. It was the kind of study that […]
The first Saturday after the 2016 election, I sat down with my kids to eat breakfast at our kitchen table. Cheerios and bacon. It was a Saturday morning dad breakfast if ever […]
Listen to the people in your world that vigorously disagree with you. Don’t try to change their mind. Don’t argue with them. Not yet. Not until you’ve listened. Just listen and seek […]
What losing a war with yourself looks like. And why.
The question that no one is willing to ask for America’s modern problems.
What the past teaches us about our great political ideas shows us how dangerously different we’re doing it today.
With the scope and scale of our campaign funding, American’s are feeling like they’ve lost their voice. Here’s a look at why and what we can do to get it back.