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Alan Guebert ponders on the way rural America has become charged over the “theys” in today’s bitter election-year politics.

Alan Guebert explains why Collin Peterson, the chairman of the House Ag Committee, could be the face of today’s political divide in rural America. 

Alan Guebert misses the honest dishonesty of a past political environment and the characters and competence it usually fostered.

Just when you think 2020 can’t possibly get any crazier, autumn arrives with a carload of crazy in tow, and not just in the U.S., says Alan Guebert.

Alan Guebert worries that rather than learning lessons in 2020, Americans have squandered most of the year, over $4 trillion and almost 200,000 lives.

In 60 or so days, Election Day and its results — whoever wins — will shake the nation and world. Alan Guebert weighs in with his thoughts.

Alan Guebert considers zombie ideas in politics and how they've contributed to the trade negotiations that have affected the U.S. agricultural sector.

Learn more about how two major parties — Democrat and Republican ­­­— came to dominate the national elections in the United States.

One stolen political sign is a sad harbinger of the times for Rebecca Miller.

Alan Guebert ponders farm payments from the government and ag industries that no longer operate independently, wondering if policy changes may work better.