As the excellent Indivisible Guide points out, it is essential for Americans to hold their leaders to account, especially when they make poor decisions. An especially poor decision by President-Elect Donald Trump has been to nominate Senator Jeff Sessions as Attorney General. This week, as
Google autocomplete is a feature that returns the most common searches starting with the words you’ve typed in its search bar. When people use Google to ask questions about the 2016 presidential candidates, what are they asking?
When you visit the webpage of We Need Smith, the public relations operation masquerading as a movement, you’ll see a list of questions. The answers to these questions are supposed to tell you whether you ought to support the as-yet unnamed congressional and presidential candidates