Only a politician who thinks his supporters will never figure out how he scammed them would attempt such an epic betrayal. And perhaps that is the worst insult of all.
A president contributes to setting the norms of our society. Trump is setting them at a new low.
Senate Republicans won’t get near a single payer. So they’ll have to strengthen the Affordable Care Act.
What's the matter with school boards and lawmakers who are either allowing or directly causing this abuse?
“These terrorist attacks are not confined to Europe. They take place every single day in Iraq, in Syria, in Afghanistan, in Pakistan and Yemen, Bahrain.”
Beware the supporter scorned.
Nearly half of American school districts shame and stigmatize kids whose parents can't afford school lunches.
Trump's version of making up with Muslims apparently involves selling $110 billion worth of arms to the most reactionary Muslim country on the planet.
Trump’s budget celebrates a cruel and virulent form of individualism – much like Trump himself.
Although it may make some conflict-avoidant Democrats uncomfortable to admit it, they – and all of us – have a war to win.
The relationship between the state and the citizen who is watched constantly is one of master and slave.
While Mexicans pour out on the streets to protest Trump’s anti-immigrant policies, there was nary a Saudi protester chanting “Trump: Go home.”
Pay-ratio taxes just might help bring that “collective happiness” a little closer.
Immigration reform cannot be separated from labor and trade reform. We can't fix the former without dealing with the other two.
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 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 thinks it can use money to “reshape” a nation’s thinking about marriage and family.