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Politics, world events, and even principles—all could see some surprising developments in 2023, we believe. From candidates to wars to championship parades, we forecast in this post what to expect....

We pause to count the clicks and determine which topics grabbed your attention, along with which did not....

If the United States sent a brief year-end summary, we think this is what it might say. The letter may be eXtraordinary and eXtra special, but it definitely is not X-rated. ...

With our comments section up and running smoothly, we invite dialogue on the topics covered in our posts each week. To get us started, please take a look at and respond to at least one of the points made in today’s post....

Unfortunately for voters, one thing the political parties have in common these days is that their leaders tend to employ the same game plan for winning. The play they both call most often seems designed to make all of us angry. ...

Gather the family, pass the turkey, give thanks to God, and take some time to reflect on all the good things in our world. That’s what we will do here at Principle Based Politics. ...

The 2024 presidential race is beginning. A couple of guys in Florida are interested in running, but there are many women and men in other states who we expect to campaign for the White House, as well. Here is a list....

As we go to the polls and then watch the vote tallies roll in, it is important to remember the significance of this process. We have the privilege of participating in and benefitting from democracy in action, regardless of whether we love a specific outcome....

During 30 days on the continent of his ancestors, a political blogger naturally thinks about how living in our current nation is better or worse than living “over there.” Here is a returned traveler’s brief assessment of European life, politics, and more....