If it becomes apparent that the president is using military action to remake his presidency, we should hope for sober but firm skepticism from the public, the media and Congress.
Joy-Ann Reid is the host of "AM Joy" on MSNBC and the author of "Fracture: Barack Obama, the Clintons and the Racial Divide," which is out in paperback on September 27th.
All but lost to history is the reason Martin Luther King Jr. was in Memphis on April 4, 1968. It’s the same issue 50 years later: the right to equal treatment for all Americans.
The GOP is desperately seeking to build a wall around its power, fearing its imminent erosion as a host of forces—demographic, cultural, and political—come barreling its way.
Trump’s epic unpopularity gives the party a fairly straightforward path to follow.
Message to the NRA: the kids aren’t afraid of you. Your legislative power is waning, and your extreme reactions prove it.
While Trump and his cabinet loot the palace, the GOP has reckoning coming its way.
Yes, it’s been said before, and no, it won’t happen fast. But this time it really is different. And the Parkland Kids are leading the charge.
His blame-the-victim response to the Florida shooting combined with Mueller’s indictments of Russians manipulating the U.S. elections confirms Trump lacks any moral authority.
Under Trump, the GOP has decided not to govern, but to rule.
Democrats freed 9 million child hostages. Republicans got a Willie Horton ad.