Campus Voting, State Flag, Triangulation and More

Posted on March 8, 2023

Right to Vote at College Campuses Act: In 2022, students flooded the polls in many college areas and there were clearly not enough polling places. The Right to Vote at College Campuses Act requires that voting sites be established at larger public colleges and universities.

Truth, not triangulation, on crime: Progressives across the country have been surrendering the crime issue to an ignorant and racist narrative. In one jurisdiction after another, and nationally, crime is down but nobody will say so. To learn what progressives need to do about it, read the latest IdeaLog, our blog intended to raise eyebrows and engage minds.

1619 Podcast: If you don’t know about the 1619 Project, well, you should. This is the New York Times’ six-part podcast version of 1619.

How to defend the election process: A report by the National Task Force on Election Crises explains how the election system was attacked in 2022 and how to prepare for disinformation, threats, and perhaps violence in 2023 and 2024.

Maybe you should update your state flag: Utah adopted legislation to change the state flag following a design contest that involved thousands of residents. Only about a dozen states have flags with an easily-recognizable design. If Utah can adopt a new flag, so can you.

Blog with a difference: We just posted the 250th “IdeaLog,” our blog discussing state and local politics, policy, and communications strategies. From 2014 to the present, they’re all on our website, here.