Natalie Denby


Trust Deficit

Much of the American public has embraced a dangerous vision of government as hopelessly corrupt.


January 9, 2017

Read It and Weep

Even with pleasure reading on the decline, we cannot forget the immeasurable benefits of literature.


November 14, 2016

Leaving the Party Early

Identifying with a specific political party doesn’t mean you have to support that party’s candidate at all costs.


October 24, 2016

Make Political Discourse Great Again

Overblown attacks from the Democratic Party over the years have allowed for Trump's rise.


October 3, 2016

Misunderstood and Misrepresented

Superdelegates and brokered conventions are undemocratic—but not un-American.


May 9, 2016

Bigotry Isn't a Right

Religious liberty laws misunderstand Constitutional rights


April 21, 2016

Anatomy of a Trump Supporter

Obama’s policies didn’t create future Trump fans, but his presidency pushed them over the edge.


March 31, 2016

Life Atop the Pedestal

Hero worship leads to broken-hearted fans, but we never seem to learn our lesson.


March 3, 2016

To Hack or Not to Hack?

Giving the government access to our private information doesn’t actually make us safer.


February 22, 2016

Quit Your Bellyaching

What, oh what, do students have to complain about?


February 18, 2016