Once again we’re a nation divided over fundamental issues of human suffering and civil rights. With a cruel, corrupt president stoking the hatred, a revolt is inevitable.
The Trump administration’s violent, nationalist, xenophobic efforts to destroy immigrants are careening toward Nazi Germany-level evil.
Number 45's speech at the national jamboree, where he dissed Hillary Clinton and President Obama, wasn't just offensive, it was downright dangerous to the future of this nation.
Last week's stunning cliffhanger left us wanting to know more about how Offred's husband survived. But isn't this supposed to be the Handmaid's tale?
The resistance remains strong in these first 100 days. But as the Hulu adaptation of Atwood’s dystopic novel warns, there always remains the risk of submitting to fascism.
We discuss with Amy Siskind—the activist-writer who's been steadily documenting each not-normal act since the election—the dangerous incompetence of No. 45, and the power of resistance.
Yes, there actually is. Which is why we have to rally ourselves to pick up the phones and take to the streets.
From the conformity of the matronly dresses women wore in fascist WWII-era Europe to the pink pussy hats of the present-day resistance, what we wear projects more than we may think.
The Republicans complicity with Trump's authoritarianism isn't just politics—but something far more "unholy."
Sometimes the only thing more discouraging than our newsfeeds is the countless opinion essays enumerating the ways in which we are doomed.