Hello, lovely readers — Kate here!
I’d like to (excitedly) announce that the content published on Only Slightly Biased in the coming months will be displaying a shift in focus.
Anyone who reads my work probably knows by now that I lean liberally. However, I’ve been feeling particularly fed up with the two-party system lately, especially in the wake of the recent election. I’d like to start using my blog to provide a voice for people who want to come together in approaching years to re-work a system that keeps us divided.
Only Slightly Biased‘s primary focus has been cultural and social issues for most of its life. While I still plan on devoting some time out of each month to writing about those things, I believe the 2016 election has provided an important opportunity for us to start evaluating how we can reform our policies and election process to work better for all of us — left and right. I want to be at the forefront of that conversation, and as such, Only Slightly Biased will be taking a shift toward primarily discussing actionable policy changes to prevent hyper-partisanship and unfair election processes in future elections.
I want to contribute to the centrist, forward-thinking political voice of the future, and as a millennial, I believe I can offer a unique platform to do that on the blog. I know that we can come together and find a way to fix our broken system.
While I respect all political voices (besides those of prejudice and hatred), I will always consider myself to be feminist and liberal-leaning, so Only Slightly Biased will likely reflect that… well… slight bias. 😉
A big ‘thank you,’ as always, to my loyal readers. I hope you will stick around to see if you like the new vibe!
And to any new readers — welcome aboard!
Latest posts by Kate Harveston (see all)
- How Do We Hear Each Other Out? Sit Down and Have a Beer - September 21, 2017
- The EPA is Evaluating Asbestos: Make Your Voice Heard for Mesothelioma Awareness Day - September 14, 2017
- How the Two-Party System Harms Democracy - September 6, 2017