As the debate over Hillary Clinton's memoir rages on, one of her campaign canvassers is reminded of exactly what she encountered while on the trail.
Another day, another media pundit telling us to stop talking about "identity politics" if Democrats want to win. But they’re wrong.
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi suggests that Dems should backburner repro rights to draw in more people—just as the GOP has declared being female a preexisting condition.
Only 58.1 percent of eligible voters turned out in the 2016 Presidential election. How can we get everyone back to the polls in time to save democracy?
The most divisive and toxic election in history may be permanently redistricting the map of our personal lives.
Politics have always been an ugly, messy—and loud—process. But what is there to gain from yelling over the speeches of some of the most progressive members of the Democratic party?
If Bernie Sanders is such a progressive revolutionary, why does he insist on undermining an eminently qualified female presidential candidate who can beat a fascistic demagogue?
On the day after the New York primary, a former pole-dancer reflects on the meaning of "whore" and the value of a dollar.
We have everything to lose. Unless we ultimately unite and rally behind the nominated candidate, and seize the huge opportunity for a November victory.
Bernie and Hillary each emerged the victor to their respective supporters. (Who were those other guys?) Now the party just needs to figure out what they stand for.