If the insurrection asks what we’ve become as a nation, the acquittal of Trump answered it.
On February 1, Myanmar’s armed forces overthrew their government. A month earlier, we saw how easily that could happen right here in the U.S. Can democracy be saved?
We owe it to our children to explain post-Trump extremism and never look away
The writer recognized how important it is for young girls to see our first woman vice-president. But she was reminded by her young son how crucial it is that boys behold the sight of a...
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.
There must be truth and consequences for incitement of insurrection. So we must impeach Trump, even if it takes all winter.
The US will either end up a multi-racial democracy, or it will become a single party state ruled by a white minority. Unfortunately, Republicans may just determine our fate.
The Trump administration corroded our democracy. And no matter his integrity, our President-Elect may not have the power to restore it.
One election doesn’t erase the past four scarring, traumatic, exhausting years. But embracing the joy of the present moment can renew our collective strength to keep fighting
This Election Day presents a decision we may never have the opportunity to make again, a choice between democracy and authoritarianism.