Free to Offend Episode 7
Both Republicans and Democrats are going to have to swallow some very unpleasant truths if they expect to actually learn anything useful from this year’s election. Nevada Policy’s Michael Schaus and Robert Fellner dive into the election outcomes, and beyond the partisan shouting match, to discuss what, exactly, those lessons might be.
Indeed, woke politics, Trumpism, populism and tribalism played complex roles in this year’s election. And now, those same forces—not to mention the way each political tribe will spin results to suit its narrative—make it highly unlikely either party is prepared for any serious or honest self-reflection. Some races, however, demonstrated a real opportunity for individuals who were willing to break away from the loudest factions within their respective party.
- The election was never going to fix what’s wrong with 2020
- DETR failure highlights why Nevada needs Charter Agencies
Free to Offend:
A podcast that radically defends free speech by regularly practicing it.
Produced by Nevada Policy Research Institute,
featuring Nevada Policy’s Michael Schaus and Robert Fellner.