When we go to the polls, by mail or by booth between now and November, we are casting a ballot to save our Democracy.
Regardless of whether Donald Trump wins or loses in November, we face a dangerous period after the election that will test an electoral process wholly unprepared for a President intent on breaking the systems of Democracy.
Whether Donald Trump wins or loses the November election, his ideologies have effectively infiltrated the party of Lincoln. It will never be the same.
In order to save democracy, Trump and his administration must be held accountable for every one of their alleged crimes — no matter how long it takes.
With Trump pulling all the strings from controlling the military and police force, to stacking the courts and effectively censoring the media, he's setting up an autocracy.
With America more polarized than ever, and a president intent on supporting only his allies—leaving literal bodies in the wake of his decisions—governors of blue states may be faced with an unprecedented decision.
There's a distortion field around her 2016 campaign that focuses on negativity. But the truth is she rallied the majority of the country to reject Donald Trump. Bernie? Biden? Take a page from her playbook.
We have seven white Democratic candidates, most of them well-intentioned, but none has found a path forward to enact policies that will help their most critical constituency: Black voters.
The GOP has rigged the system on every level of government. Is there a path forward?
"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?