The Democrats’ massive losses at state and congressional levels cannot be blamed on WikiLeaks, Comey or even Trump. Something clearly needs to change, and fast.
All the time I’d been dead—or in heaven, if that was, most improbably, where I had wound up—I also never heard the names Kellyanne Conway, Paul Manafort, Sean Spicer, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Mike Pence, or Paul Ryan.
Rich, poor, powerful and marginalized, wherever this deficiency of love arises, cruelty and suffering abound.
Along with being the President’s son-in-law and Ivanka’s marginally honorable husband, Jared “The Kid” Kushner is or may soon be the “subject of interest” referenced late last week in the Washington Post.
Trumputin’s aides should bring a lot of glazed donuts with them on Air Force One, as I have learned that when Trumputin gets really angry, he retreats to the Oval Office and has been known to eat 14 glazed donuts at one sitting.
As the fortunes of the President—political if not financial—continue to spiral out of control, VP Pence has played little more of a role than Curly to the President’s Moe.
Marx’s Civil War writings wrestle with many of the issues that plague today’s left.
The insurance industry will be present in droves in Sacramento, financing lavish hospitality suites where delegates will be wined and dined while skilled lobbyists will sow the seeds of doubt about universal health care in the state.
Speaking to Coast Guard Academy grads, Donald Trump chose to dish out a hefty-helping of self-pity and he twisted history to boot.
The American commonwealth is at risk largely because we (as a country) haven’t invested sufficiently in the power of tailwinds.
An increasing number of pundits across the ideological spectrum have identified Trump as a fascist or neo-fascist, while resurrecting some of the key messages of an earlier period of fascist politics.
A nation that produces a Joe Hill, a Woody Guthrie, a Eugene V. Debs, a Frederick Douglass, a Jeanette Rankin, an Elizabeth Cady Staton, or an Eleanor Roosevelt ain’t to be sneezed at.
It’s unclear if any crimes were committed here. What is clear is that Trump is a poor manager of himself as well as his staff.