There are several fundamental problems with the notion that we’d all be better off if our political system catered to the center of the spectrum where most of the people are.


For starters, most of us are not in the middle of the spectrum on each and every political issue.


There’s a lot more on this matter HERE:


New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, among others, frequently forecasts the rise of a centrist candidate or party that will help move the country past its stubborn left-right divide. There’s some intuitive logic to all of this. After all, if the ...

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There are several fundamental problems with the notion that we’d all be better off if our political system catered to the center of the spectrum where most of the people are.

For starters, most of us are not in the middle of the spectrum on each and every political issue.

There’s a lot more on this matter HERE:

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, among others, frequently forecasts the rise of a centrist candidate or party that will help move the country past its stubborn left-right divide. There’s some intuitive logic to all of this. After all, if the ...

Read more