In this talk, we situate Switcher Semantics in the surrounding debates regarding propositions. Our main concern is with the growing consensus that no single kind of entity can do all the work the job description for propositions demands. In large part, this consensus is motivated from natural language semantics: A variety of observations have led many to construe the meanings of (declarative) sentences in ways that do not allow those meanings to plausibly serve as the contents of assertions or as the objects of the attitudes. Our project is to investigate to what extent switcher semantics can be used to defend the classical proposition.