A note from Abdul El-Sayed: I’m going back to public service
That means goodbye to The Incision, for now
By Abdul El-Sayed
Tags: The Incision, The Incision, Abdul El-Sayed, The Incision, Wayne County, Wayne County Department of Health, Human, and Veterans Services
What rooting against Ohio State taught me about negative partisanship
Unlike sports, in politics, wins and losses have profound, lasting consequences
Tags: The Incision, The Incision, University of Michigan, negative partisanship, Ohio State
It’s time to stop paying attention to Donald Trump
He’s running for president again. Here’s what you can do to avoid helping his campaign.
Tags: The Incision, The Incision, Donald Trump, 2024, Republican Party
As the dust settles on the 2022 midterms, here’s a look at the trends that could shape our national politics into the future
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Tags: The Incision, The Incision, Abortion Rights, Joe Biden, Democrats, 2022, blue wave, abortion
The Great American Political Reality Show™
Social media and Trumpism have abstracted our politics into a reality show. Understanding that should shape how Democrats engage.
Tags: The Incision, The Incision, Nancy Pelosi, Republicans, GOP
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