"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?
“Taking the high road” by not speaking out against hate is not going to curry favor with bigoted conservatives. In fact, it’s likely what got us here in the first place.
They compare Russiagate and the impeachment inquiry to the Salem Witch Trials, and call Greta Thunberg and Hillary Clinton witches. Which would be hilarious if these guys weren’t so bloody serious.
An exclusive excerpt from the newly updated ‘The End of Roe v. Wade’ reflects on this past year, which has seen previability bans pass in state after state.
Extreme anti-abortion legislation was red meat to power the base. But the GOP is now realizing that without abortion, they have little to drive their constituents to the polls.
The extreme, dangerous anti-abortion laws in Ohio, Alabama, and Georgia are serving as a distraction from the Right's real agenda: closing every last loophole to abortion access once ‘Roe’ is overturned.
The more despotically Trump behaves, the more forcefully Senate Republicans display their loyalty to him and betray the country. And the Dems aren’t fighting back vigorously enough.
Why abort abortion—the Republicans' most galvanizing issue—when you can instead play whack-a-mole with reproduction rights?
The smart, outspoken, social-media-savvy Democratic freshman congresswoman from Queens is confounding to Republican men, whose only response to strong, intelligent women is sexploitative vitriol.
There is no position too unspeakable, too egregious, too grotesque for this president and his party to take.