Jessica Goodheart: A highly readable and timely account of the Democratic Party’s fall from power also points the way to its redemption.
Alvaro Huerta: Too often, Democratic members of Congress go on MSNBC and CNN, making weak and diplomatic statements towards their “friends on the other side of the aisle.”
Ted Rall: Digital evidence of intemperate language and drunk texts and obscene selfies will be so widespread that their revelation will be met with a collective shrug.
Steve Early: In the U.S., would-be “fearless cities” find themselves on the front-lines of resistance to Trump and faced with bi-partisan efforts to limit progressive policy making through state “preemption.”
John Peeler: That Trump apparently has so little regard for this legal and cultural norm suggests that — building the Wall notwithstanding — national sovereignty means little to him.
Ted Rall: In the corridors of power in Washington, decision-making is not a noble struggle to determine right and wrong. It is a cynical cost-benefit analysis about which powerful people and organizations are most important to suck up to.
Berry Craig: Trump’s candid comment is more proof, as if more proof were needed, that he is the most morally bankrupt president ever.
Norman Solomon: An extended apology tour would be entirely appropriate. Pretending that you don’t have much to apologize for is not viable.
Rokey Jhonson: Do you prefer formal or sporty clothes? Or you’re into casual outfits? Read our article and find out how clothes can reveal your personality!
Joe Mathews: America no longer wants steady and boring chief executives. So it’s time to let the Golden State chose.
Sara Roos: The idea of integration is good, but the practice of achieving it among competing priorities is tricky. Consider that charter schools may superimpose passive filtering on the workings of LAUSD’s public education system.
Berry Craig: Let’s just say things didn’t go so well for Donald last time round, as Trump Baby spread round the globe like a climate change fuelled wildfire
Rich Procida: To argue that he actually wants the Democrats to begin impeachment proceedings against him is utter hogwash and everyone knows it, including Nancy Pelosi.