Today’s Republican Party, while still claiming to stand for limited government, is practicing just the opposite: government intrusion everywhere.
If one connives to deny elections their paramount place in democracy, why not defy law, courts, precedents and thus justice?
The demand for representation, increasing even before COVID-19, soared during the pandemic as Americans saw how unions helped their members.
Most of those who consider themselves on the progressive left instinctively understand that they are in an ideological battle with two powerful forces.
The infrastructure bill may not be enough to address the climate crisis; some lawmakers are urging the president to declare a national emergency.
Complacency and the refusal to change individual behavior and collective ways of living are stoking the underlying cause of the crisis—consumerism.
Street violence offends the vast majority, and extremism doubles down the downside.
Their point is to cast further doubt on its legitimacy and justify additional state measures to suppress votes and alter future elections.
The Sacklers said they wanted “global peace” from future lawsuits, and they got what they wanted. Meanwhile, in the failed narco-state they helped create, the war goes on.
Bertrand Russell's keen insights into the destructive potential of a nuclear war drove him to campaign for the complete elimination of these weapons of mass horror.