Scott has said much of what needs to be said about Jennifer Roesch's Jacobin article calling for the "radical left" to break with the Democratic Party. The problems with this.
I would to add to Scott and Erik's commentary by reporting that Randy Barnett understands the basic voting incentives inherent to a structural two party system. That is all.
I'll highlight the key word in the key grafs in Politico's latest drooling about a mythical proactive third party candidacy: Despite their seemingly left-wing orientation, the Occupy Wall Street protestors.
As others have already pointed out, Matt Miller's latest column will be the worst argument in favor of a third party until whichever of he or Tom Freidman submits the.
People who see third parties as a solution in the American system naturally tend to speak entirely in evasive gibberish, but I think Matt Miller's latest plea is a particularly.