As Mayor Pete brings his campaign to the cradle of the civil rights movement, I wonder: What would Martin say?
A conservative news site thought they had the “goods” on Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Instead, they opened a national conversation on the realities of gender discrimination in America.
The most damning part of the prosecution’s case against Amber Guyger isn’t that she shot an unarmed black man. It’s what she did next.
His violent life and death should have been a cautionary tale. Instead, it was used to justify draconian criminal-justice policies that destroyed communities.
Mystified as to why Joe Biden keeps malapropping it up but never drops in the polls? Don’t be. Rank-and-file Democrats just like the guy.
The 1619 Project delivered a long overdue history lesson, but conservatives didn’t even take the time to read it before calling it un-American.
I sometimes wonder what I might have been, but for the pus and scarring of sexual violence, how it formed and defined and confined me.
Trump, a creature of opportunity, believes hateful rhetoric intended to marginalize political opponents will protect him from the inevitable—the end of his presidency.
The president is no master political strategist, but he has run the political and legal math and is betting—correctly so far—there will be no real consequences from his behavior.
Trump has nothing to fear from Christians or conservatives or Republicans in Congress. This is who he is, and they stand behind him.