Our nation has a long history of fighting against its own democracy that dates well before January 6. And that’s because we’ve enabled it.
The Trump administration corroded our democracy. And no matter his integrity, our President-Elect may not have the power to restore it.
This Election Day presents a decision we may never have the opportunity to make again, a choice between democracy and authoritarianism.
The DNC was about unity. The RNC is about to show us why that was a mistake.
The virus that has touched nearly every life on Earth isn't the culprit for the structural failures left in its wake. The cracks were already there.
There's a distortion field around her 2016 campaign that focuses on negativity. But the truth is she rallied the majority of the country to reject Donald Trump. Bernie? Biden? Take a page from her playbook.
We have seven white Democratic candidates, most of them well-intentioned, but none has found a path forward to enact policies that will help their most critical constituency: Black voters.
"Electability" is a standard held only for Democrats, while the GOP can use their corrupt and craven ways to power their base. So what are we going to do about it?
The remaining 2020 contenders for the Democratic Party's nomination are homogenous by design.
The Democratic-led House will likely impeach Donald Trump in their bid to save what remains of democracy from the corrupt, Russian-beholden grip of the GOP.