Brent Budowsky: The Republican Party tends to define itself almost exclusively by the political opponents it obsessively despises and government policies it compulsively obstructs.
Democrats Must Fight Harder — There is something sad and unacceptable about watching Democrats agree to cut food stamps for the hungry.
Brent Budowsky: America awaits a fighting progressive leader who will lead the battle for a major employment programs.
Pope Francis and Hillary Clinton — There are signals that Clinton does not grasp the reasons for the admiration for Pope Francis.
How Obama Blew It — Obama has largely been a bystander on the most important philosophical debates when he should have been leading it.
Obamacare Sales : Reports of ObamaCare’s demise have been greatly exaggerated; sales will be on an upward curve.
Faith-Based Issues — Watching Republican presidential candidates race to the political bottom demonstrates the problems facing the GOP.
Jobless Americans — It is wrong for the president and Congress to leave for a long vacation without extending jobless benefits.
Brent Budowsky – the teachings of Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict, make it clear to me that Santa is, in fact, a liberal populist
Brent Budowksy: To those who oppose the diplomacy of Obama and Kerry, I ask: What is your alternative? What happens if your policies are followed?
Honoring Nelson Mandela — What the life of Mandela taught is about offering great sacrifice for the greater good of others.
Brent Budowsky: Be the change candidate of progressive populist reform, in the mold of Teddy Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman and John F. Kennedy.
Brent Budowsky: Francis calls systematic economic inequities a form of super-death-panel, quoting the commandment “thou shalt not kill” and reminding us that these inequities do in fact “kill” people.