Terrorism isn’t a big problem in the United States. 2017 proves it. The dominant American political ideology tells us that Islamic terrorism is the defining problem of our time, but last year, fewer than 10 people were killed in the United by Islamic terrorists. Random
Kyrsten Sinema has committed to respecting the separation of church and state. Nontheist voters should be satisfied with that form of representation, and leave questions of identity alone.
Eric Swalwell’s ideology of aggression and control would lend aid to the expansion of the Homeland Security regime in the United States. That may sit well with Republican voters, but for the Democratic majority of the 15th congressional district, it’s a bad fit.