Politics is always ugly and often irredeemable in its manifest performance on the stage of culture. But it nonetheless shapes our collective means of confronting our most pressing problems as a society.
Hence, we all have two choices: don’t focus on it at all, or try to understand it so that we may be able to make more informed choices as participants in the process. Our mission is to make the latter choice a fascinating, palatable, and significant journey.
In a world defined ever more by two opposing and mutually exclusive echo-chambers of political reality, together summing up to an accelerating partisan death spiral, the Sinclair Herald strives to offer a life raft of objective analysis rooted in game theory, quantitative research, and historical perspective.