Voices for Change
Most of us don't realize that our dinner tells many stories, embodying our personal histories, family memories, music, art, and other connections... besides our tummies.
Say it again: The enemy of our enemy is still a war criminal.
The two tax bills define what’s important to a society. Or more to the point, who’s not important.
These state laws are another form of voter suppression – like gerrymandering, voter ID requirements, and bars on anyone with felony convictions from voting.
With inequality ripping us apart, and with few of our national leaders willing or able to confront the problem, we may never again be an equitable and functional society.
The revolt against Trump is a backlash against bullying in all its forms.
Azar is a catastrophically bad choice for the government’s top health care job.
This might be good business for Trump, but it's a sorry deal for our national interest.
As a developer, Trump made millions and left his partners with the debt. His tax plan is no different.
The transformation the Republicans want would make the nation collectively dumber and much more dependent on profit-making businesses.
Here are seven important lessons from the November 7 results that a lot of Democrats seem to have missed.
The ruling elites are desperately trying to shift the focus away from the cause of the political insurgencies on the left and the right: extreme social inequality.
The fate of a suspected pedophile Senate nominee is now an acid test of Republican morality.
The Republican tax plan will make things worse by burdening the middle class and the poor even more.
“There’s absolutely no doubt that the practice of violence within a home . . . opens the floodgates to public violence.”
"Why are you even considering giving more tax breaks to corporate giants?"
China and South Korea could be game changers on climate – and create a more peaceful region in the process.