Liberals, moderates, and leftists were more unified this year than at any point in American history since 1936. It was great. But can it last?
Ronald Radosh, an adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute, is author of a history of the Democratic Party and many other books.
As Democrat Socialists condemned Khomeini’s hostage taking, Sanders stood with a communist party that condemned “Carter’s war drive against the Iranian people.”
The guy who said that “it really behooves all of us to really take a hard look and make sure that we are reinvesting that back into positive things” was just charged with fraud.
The woman who took down the Equal Rights Amendment had always denied the association, but new documents prove it.
Americans Jews are liberal, but they’re not necessarily left-wing, and polls say they want a pro-Israel president. Can Sanders get their votes?
Far from fading away, the Vermont socialist is gaining some steam. Democrats better come to their senses. Trump and the Republicans would crush him.
The alt-right acid-flinger is back on the radio, trying to help re-elect the man who fired him. He thinks he’s being a wit. He’s half-right.
The American right has advanced nutty conspiracy theories for decades. But the one we’re about to see play out will make Joe McCarthy look like an amateur.
Take away people’s health coverage? Forcibly buy back their guns? Why not throw Court-packing into the mix? Are Democrats trying to hand this thing to Trump?
The real danger, they say, comes from federal law enforcement and Democrats talking about white nationalist terror.