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.
And so will many other Americans. And the GOP doesn't care.
The writer, whose son has cerebral palsy and autism, offers a potent example of how the sick and disabled will suffer under the Republicans' merciless health-care proposal.
Trump may still be reeling from having lost the popular vote, but his EO to explore "voter fraud" is nothing more than a nefarious plot to keep typically Democratic voters from casting their ballots.
Since November 8th, the GOP has consistently put party over country and that just may be the comeuppance we've been longing for.
We may be dreaming of the day that Trump is removed from office, but don’t be so sure that his replacement wouldn’t be even more insidious.
Our nation was built on a legacy of hate. So why are we so surprised that we elected a craven, defiantly ignorant fascistic administration to lord over us?
While Democrats are busy infighting, Republicans have found a way to unite and stand behind a president for whom everyone is a winner or loser.