David Schultz

David Schultz is a professor of political science at Hamline University. He is the author of Presidential Swing States:  Why Only Ten Matter.

Georgia, Voting Rights, and the Second Great Disenfranchisement in America

The Truth about Filibusters: They Don’t Protect Minority Rights, They Don’t Promote Legislating

The Senate Trial of Trump Won’t Get Anyone Vaccinated Prevent Future George Floyds

Trump and a Republic That We Could not Keep

Trump’s Legal Team is Giving Up—Because Ethically They Have to

Amy Coney Barrett, Constitutional Precedent, and the Problem of Originalism

Democratic Dangers and Election Law Porn

COVID-19 and the Nakedness of the Corporate University

When It Comes to Trump v. Biden Yoga Berra is Right: It Ain’t Over Till it’s Over

Young Man Trump: Or the Portrait of a President as a Young Man

The Killing of George Floyd and the Final Fracturing of the Democratic Party, Labor, and Civil Rights Coalition

Trump isn’t the Pope and This Ain’t the Middle Ages

The Anatomy of a Failing University

The Covid-19 Bailout: Another Failed Opportunity at Structural Change

What If They Held a Revolution and No One Came?

Bernie Sanders and the Revenge of the Superdelegates

It’s Not Just Trump:  Why the Next President Should Pledge to Weaken the Presidency

Trump, Democrats and the Lumpenproletariat Problem

The 2020 Elections and the  Coming of the Post Baby Boomer Era of American Politics

The Democratic Party’s Missing Electoral College Game Plan

The 2020 Democratic Impeachment Strategy and Why it Makes Sense Now

The New Politics of the White (Supremacist) Evangelical Republican Party

The Intellectual Origins of the Trump Presidency and the Construction of Contemporary American Politics

The Mueller Report: Trump Too Inept to Obstruct Justice

Trump v. Omar: The Psychology of Fear, Prejudice and Ignorance in American Politics