Now that the Democratic primary is over, it’s worth briefly discussing what’s ahead of us. I’ll be frank with you. Joe Biden was not my first choice to be the Democratic nominee. As many of you may know, I was a major supporter of Elizabeth Warren in the Democratic primary. I, and many others, worked their butts off for her campaign because we not only … Continue reading A Letter to Joe Biden
October 31, 2019 With us quickly approaching the one year mark to the 2020 Presidential election, I wanted to reflect on the events that transpired on that fateful day three years ago when it felt like our world turned upside down. In the fall of 2016, I was going through my third and final year of law school at UW-Madison. While I was a student, … Continue reading Reflecting on Election Day 2016: A Call to Action.
With much of the discussion revolving electability in the 2020 primary, why is Elizabeth Warren the best candidate on that issue? Continue reading Making an Electability Case for Elizabeth Warren
Hi everyone! I wanted to do a write-up to give all of you an update on where we are at with the site. It’s been a few weeks since I wrote my last blog post, so I thought I owed it to all of you to talk about why the site has quieted down recently. Things have gotten a lot busier for me than they … Continue reading Update on Blue Moon Wisconsin
September 21, 2019 If you’ve read our site before, you know I’ve talked a lot about how it’s difficult to avoid feeling helpless at times during the Trump Presidency. If you feel that way, though, don’t! You have the agency to change things if you get involved in a cause you are passionate about right NOW! Take some inspiration from the following. I just organized … Continue reading Journal Entry #8: Don’t Feel Helpless About What’s Going On. Do Something About it!
One of the most frustrating things to watch over the past several months has been the Democratic Party’s reluctance to go head-first into impeachment proceedings. Democratic leadership in the House, as well as several members of the U.S. Senate, have been afraid to impeach the President because they fear how the politics of it may play out. That is absurd! I did a Twitter thread … Continue reading Democrats Can’t Be Afraid of Impeachment. The Stakes are Too High.
September 8, 2019 Health care is one of the most talked about policy areas when it comes to federal and state government. However, it’s more than just an issue to me, and tens of millions of other Americans. It’s personal. Last week I shared the story with you of how I got interested and involved in politics. This week, I’d like to discuss one of … Continue reading Journal Entry #5: Health Care is Personal To Me
The Wisconsin GOP has done an incredible job of turning what was once a very-competitive state, at the state and local level, into one of the most partisan and undemocratic states in the country. The reason? Gerrymandering. How We Got Here Republicans operatives launched a plan in the wake of their massive electoral losses in the 2008 elections to try and put themselves in position … Continue reading Republican Gerrymandering In Wisconsin Has Created an Unaccountable Legislature That Ignores the Will of the People
Donald Trump’s trade war is threatening to plunge our country into a recession. President Trump has spent much of his first three years in office fighting with the Chinese government and other countries over trade policy. It was a fight that the President picked on the misguided belief that punitive actions would force other countries he was “negotiating” with to make concessions to the United … Continue reading Trump’s Trade War is Leading Our State and Our Country Towards Disaster
A lot of ink in recent months has been dedicated to trying to predict what the electoral landscape may look like next fall ahead of the 2020 Presidential Election. One of the most commonly discussed and highlighted aspects of the election is that, if the election were held today, the Electoral College would likely come down to the same states that were ultimately decisive to … Continue reading It’s Too Early To Be Making Conclusive Statements About How the 2020 Election Will Play Out