Pro-life activists want dramatic reductions in the number of abortions–but there are right ways and wrong ways to go about that, argued Michael Smith in last week’s column.
Michael Smith discusses his experiences with Political Science and public engagement in his latest MPSA blog entry.
Michael Smith explored the rapidly-growing ranks of “Young Nones” in last week’s column.
Michael Smith had some advice for the new Rural Revitalization Committee in last week’s column.
Democrats want to do away with the Electoral College– but it’s not going to happen, wrote Michael Smith in his latest MPSA blog post.
Michael Smith’s thoughts on that subject were shared in a recent forum at All Souls UU Church, recorded, and broadcast on KKFI.
Democrats have found a new base in professional, suburban women, but shouldn’t forget their working-class roots, wrote Michael Smith in last week’s column.
Outgoing Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins wasted no time in setting up a lobbying firm. This makes her part of “The Establishment”– and the problem–wrote Michael Smith in last week’s column.
Democrats won a qualified victory in last month’s elections, now they must get ready to govern, wrote Michael Smith in last week’s column.
IK contributor Michael Smith’s latest blog Midwest Political Science Association blog posting.