A Blue Wave?

When Americans woke up on November 9th, 2016 to the news of Trump’s election, some looked for the silver lining. Many believed that Trump’s behavior in office would spark a ‘Blue Wave’ in the 2018 midterms. Now, being that we are just a few months away from Election Day 2018, we can take a more... Continue Reading →

Immigration: Abroad and at Home

Immigration is one of the biggest issues facing the U.S. and Europe right now, and it comes at a time when nationalism is on the rise. Quibbl Politics' Sabrina Schnurr wraps up the most recent happenings in immigration policy around the world. By Sabrina Schnurr For years, the EU's been dealing with a migrant crisis.... Continue Reading →

House Races to Watch in 2018

The results of this year's midterm elections will tell us a lot about the supposed "blue wave," whether or not there is a payoff in being a Trump loyalist, and what the future of the Democratic and Republican parties will look like. This article is the first in a series from Quibbl Politics that will... Continue Reading →

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