No matter the progress we've made as a nation, there has always been an unbridgeable gap between where we are and where we could have been if only we had embraced equality.
We've been so focused on preserving not the system of democracy, but the status quo. We need to fight for the rule of the people, by the people, for the people.
Despite its big tent and diverse agendas, the Democratic Party coalesced to curb the GOP's red wave of insurrectionist, antisemitic bigots set on obstructionism and destroying the Constitution.
Americans have a week to decide who will prevent another insurrection, pass national legislation on abortion, and protect our right to vote. Will we make the right, possibly final decision to protect our laws?
The party that claims to push for small government is creating laws to control every crevice of our most personal decisions, determining whether we strain, suffer, live or die.
Before the shutdown, our jobs consumed us without giving much back. The pandemic allowed many of us to reassess our relationship to work—but can we actually afford to make the necessary changes?
Republicans, who are on the losing side of nearly every political equation, would be completely disempowered if Democrats decided they didn't matter.
While it may feel like democracy itself is dissolving beneath us, the resurrection of this country won’t come from the Supreme Court or Congress. That power belongs to us.
White cisgender heterosexual men have assumed the power to define the terms for how to be—and not to be—in the world, rendering the rest of us aberrations. And that should terrify all of us.
FOX News galvanizes their brainwashed viewership to act on right-wing extremist, murderous ideologies. It's time Democrats launch their own network to counter the toxic noise and mobilize the base.