The GOP's opposition to preventative measures, like mask-wearing and vaccines, didn't begin with COVID. Ten years ago, they weaponized another vaccine in a bid for the Republican presidential nomination, and recast themselves as the Death Cult Party.
Republicans don't have a platform. But they do know how to unify their base: Portray every Democrat as a baby killer. And support all pro-life candidates—even sexual predators like Roy Moore.
With both parties in a state of disunion and disrepair, it's hard to have faith that Americans can emerge from this unscathed. Or at all.
From alleged sexual assaults to private emails, the GOP has been giving the Trump administration a free pass and punishing Democrats for the same offenses. And we're letting them.
Magical thinking isn't going to get us out of this mess.
The latest front in Congressional Republicans' longstanding tax war on women is here, and this time they're coming after our homes.
Taxpayers foot the bill to insure Congress. So why are our senators and representatives so desperate to let us die?
A GOP lawmaker thinks people are using unwanted pregnancies to get a free trip from Medicaid. Because traveling with morning sickness to one of the few remaining clinics in Alaska is dreamy?
We haven't always been starkly red and blue. Third parties require major grassroots building and a diversified platform—but it might be the cure for what ails our political gridlock.
The GOP thinks a refusal to accept Trump as a legitimate president is a partisan issue. They're wrong: It's a matter of life and death.