Voices for Change

How we can get Walmart’s $237-million-man to pay his own freight

Pay-ratio taxes just might help bring that “collective happiness” a little closer.

Europe’s view of Trump

Anti-Trump sentiment is even stronger in Europe than it is in the U.S.

Stop blaming workers, the bosses made this mess

Immigration reform cannot be separated from labor and trade reform. We can't fix the former without dealing with the other two.

Trump’s Saudi trip should not be to clinch arms deal but to end Yemen...

Trump should use his trip to put a halt to weapons sales and press the Saudis to sit with neighboring countries to find new political solutions.

The tragedy of forced displacement

The solutions to this major crisis, and indeed many of our problems, would naturally flow from the recognition of the fact that we are brothers and sisters of one humanity.

The Bradley Foundation’s secret war on gay marriage and liberal sex

The Bradley Foundation thinks it can use money to “reshape” a nation’s thinking about marriage and family.

Donald Trump’s high crimes and misdemeanors

But what if Donald Trump were actually held responsible for real crimes?

Billionaires lay siege to state governments

While we're mesmerized by Trump, shady groups are pushing corporate-friendly legislation in statehouses all over the country.

Dems doom 2018 chances by labeling Trump a Russian puppet, not just another sleazy...

By the time the Trump nightmare is over in 2024, the country, like its by then water-logged coastlines, will be hard to recognize.

Congress: Demand White House transcript

Only Congress, Republicans and Democrats acting together, can protect the nation from this incompetent, venal, and dangerous executive.

What progressives should demand from the FBI

The institutions of government can help all of us pursue justice. But first, we need to demand it.
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Trump doesn’t understand the concept of ‘classified’

Trump may have just killed the spy who with incredible bravery penetrated ISIL.

Trump’s perilous gamble: Act guilty, evade infamy; then ‘redeemed,’ lord over ‘lying losers’

How does a careening president, readily turning into Liar-in-Chief and under FBI scrutiny, reverse his humiliating situation?

Trump is the symptom, not the disease

Our failure to defend those who are demonized and persecuted leaves us all demonized and persecuted.

Trying to explain the disdain for poor Americans

The costly and dysfunctional state of health care in the U.S. shows the absurdity of entrusting basic human needs to the narcissistic tendencies of capitalism.

Mosul on my mind

What it really means to be on a “flattening” planet.

The end of Trump

The House impeaches. The Senate convicts. That’s the end of Trump.

In a time of madness, Sally Yates is a profile in courage

The fired acting attorney general proved this week that there are still a few in Washington who believe in truth and the law.

Donald Trump’s Ajit (Pai)-prop

President Trump knows how to use the mass media, and social media, to manipulate public opinion and sway voters.

It’s time Democrats change their stories about the deficit

Democrats should be talking about the type of society that we will be giving to our kids, not shaving a few dollars off the interest payments on the debt.