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Milt Shook A political writer with decades of experience observing and working in the American political system, I find cynicism more boring and pointless than hope. Politics is less about issues than math. To change the system, you need the most votes, which means appealing to the most people. Appealing to a small, but faithful following may seem nice, but it's anathema to political success.
You're unlikely to hear "conventional wisdom" here. I think differently, and my commentary reflects that.