Ken Wolf

Ken Wolf spent 40 years teaching European and World History, punctuated by several administrative chores, at Murray State University, retiring in 2008. (Read the rest on the Contributors page.)

Democratic election success: A conservative cautionary tale Subscribers Public

What lessons do Democrats need to take from their successes in the midterms?

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How Democrats can win more elections Subscribers Public

Meet people, even those who will not vote for you, where they live. Show respect for who they are and what they believe. Listen more and talk less.

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Despite polarization, what can this election teach us? Subscribers Public

Are there lessons for both parties from the surprising results of this election? Ken Wolf thinks there are.

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How mainstream Christians should respond to Christian Nationalism Subscribers Public

Ken Wolf asks the question, then answers it with five steps for Christians to respond to Christian Nationalism.

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Fifteen questions to ask candidates before you vote Subscribers Public

An expansion of the “ten questions” article of a few weeks ago. Print these out and take them with you to ask candidates yourselves!

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Mitch McConnell can help save democracy Subscribers Public

A recent NYT editorial identifies two threats to our democracy. One of the threats is hard to stop – but Mitch McConnell can stop the other by himself. Will he?

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Could Democrats actually win in November? Subscribers Public

Yes, it’s just one poll – but could it be right? Ken Wolf takes a look.

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Some questions for Republicans about Trump and the FBI Subscribers Public

In light of Republicans’ faux “outrage” over the FBI searching Trump’s estate, columnist Ken Wolf has some questions for those same Republicans.

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