The GOP is waging culture wars with harmful and violent consequences, yet those social issues were missing from the presidential address.
We've been so focused on preserving not the system of democracy, but the status quo. We need to fight for the rule of the people, by the people, for the people.
Dems may be poised to take back the Senate and the White House, but without reforming or doing away with the filibuster, they may find themselves powerless. Here’s why.
Trump touts the Republican plan as a savior for the middle class, but unless you’re rich, white, and male, it feels more like a sucker punch.
The former congressman voted for laws rendering women as second-class citizens. Which is why he doesn’t understand why his staffers won’t have his baby.
The opening of GOP seats are a huge opportunity for Dems—if only they didn’t have to battle gerrymandering, voter suppression, and a dotard in the Oval Office to get them.
If we don't care whether Ivanka serves as her father's apologist, or we're still buying albums by alleged sex offender R. Kelly, or we dismiss rape jokes as just jokes, then yeah, we're complicit.
Legal scholar Tobias Barrington Wolff identifies some of the crises that will likely accompany the end of this dangerous and unstable administration.
The GOP have proven that they'll do anything to win: lie, cheat, steal, beat down reporters ... and intimidate Democratic challengers with death threats.
Since November 8th, the GOP has consistently put party over country and that just may be the comeuppance we've been longing for.