US Senate

Democrats are currently considering ending the legislative Filibuster, but there is a lot of disagreement about whether this is a good idea. Shouldn't the Senate be a place of deliberation and agreement? The House uses a simple majority, but the Senate should get bipartisan support, right?

But with the lock-step movement of Republicans, which under Mitch McConnell acted together to block almost every piece of Obama's legislation, might it be necessary to remove this method of obstruction - which is indeed what it is. 

Active measures

The premise of this document is that the Active Measures process is being applied to the United States. (It may very well be that other open societies around the world - including India, Brasil, the UK, and elsewhere - are also moving through this process.)

Lee Atwater

There is disagreement about whether the Southern Strategy ever actually took place.

From the above linked article: "In American politics, the Southern strategy was a Republican Party electoral strategy to increase political support among white voters in the South by appealing to racism against African Americans."