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G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG

POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: This column is jointly authored by Dr. G. Terry Madonna and Dr. Michael Young. Madonna is a professor of public affairs and Franklin & Marshall College, and Young is a former professor of politics and public affairs at Penn State University and managing partner of Michael Young Strategic Research.

Articles by G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG

POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: The GOP's real dilemma POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: The GOP's real dilemma
1 week ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
What has happened to the GOP — and what should be done about it? Clearly the party is on the precipice of a disaster. But it’s a precipice familiar in the history of American political parties. [Read More]
POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: Cruz-Fiorina: good idea, bad timing POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: Cruz-Fiorina: good idea, bad timing
3 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
Most saw it as a desperate act by a desperate candidate. The New York Times referred to it as “the political equivalent of a student pulling a fire alarm to avoid an exam.” [Read More]
POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: That other election on Tuesday POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: That other election on Tuesday
4 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
In the age of “Trump-Mania” and “Bernie-Mania,” the often ignored and highly underrated Pennsylvania Democratic primary for U.S. senate is a bit player. [Read More]
POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: Pennsylvania's presidential primary critical POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: Pennsylvania's presidential primary critical
5 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
Some 40 states have already voted in the presidential primary. Finally, the presidential nomination campaigns have moved to the Northeast. New York votes Tuesday and five more states — including critical Pennsylvania — vote one week later. [Read More]
Politically uncorrected: Will Pennsylvania GOP be a kingmaker? Politically uncorrected: Will Pennsylvania GOP be a kingmaker?
8 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
On April 26 the voters of Pennsylvania finally get their say in the 2016 train wreck more formally known as the Republican presidential nomination process. [Read More]
POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: Do Republicans need a fusion ticket? POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: Do Republicans need a fusion ticket?
10 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
Super Tuesday the singular evolved into “Super Tuesdays” the plural, even coming to be called Super One, Super Two, etc. By this metric the primaries of March 1 and March 8 were Super One and Super Two — the upcoming Tuesday events will be Super Three. [Read More]
POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: The GOP's painful dilemma POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: The GOP's painful dilemma
11 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
Barring some unforeseen circumstances the presidential nomination contests are over. Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump will be the respective nominees of their parties. [Read More]
Politically uncorrected: The fall of Kathleen Kane Politically uncorrected: The fall of Kathleen Kane
13 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s abrupt announcement that she would not seek a second term almost certainly writes finis — both on her political career, and on Harrisburg’s long-running soap opera featuring the state’s first woman attorney general. [Read More]
POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: America's quadrennial lunacy POLITICALLY UNCORRECTED: America's quadrennial lunacy
14 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
Polls reveal it, politicians exploit it, and voters confirm it. Americans are angry — very angry. Indeed, voter anger may be the driving force in the 2016 presidential contest. [Read More]
Politically Uncorrected: Why drop in ticket-splitting matters Politically Uncorrected: Why drop in ticket-splitting matters
17 weeks ago - - G. TERRY MADONNA & MICHAEL YOUNG
In electoral politics, the things that most matter are too frequently obscured by the things that most entertain. [Read More]
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