The president’s base will think this is a strong move. But it’s the opposite, as time will almost surely reveal.
SallyKohn is a CNN political commentator, activist and the author of The Opposite of Hate: A FieldGuide to Repairing Our Humanity (Algonquin Books;April 10, 2018). She is also the host of the State of Resistance podcast. You can find her at sallykohn.com.
There is no jail humane enough to hold these children.
Few Americans admit to being racist or prejudiced, and yet all of us are shaped by the often buried but intractable prejudices that affect how we see and think of others.
It’s time for the patterns and practices of the Democratic Party—the candidates we put forth and the voters we pursue—to change.
They say it’s about religious liberty; but really, they just don’t want women to have control over their bodies and destinies. Let’s talk real talk.
Trump's vision for America at the RNC was dark and dangerous—but in Philly, we want to believe that sunnier days lie ahead.
One can’t be trusted because he’s ‘Mexican.’ The other won’t succumb to political correctness and punish a nice young white man just because he raped a woman.
It’s unimaginable that a woman could run on such a flimsy set of ‘ideas’ as Trump has offered.
I’m no pragmatic centrist, but on 90 percent of the issues, Sanders and Clinton are on the same page.
Obama finds a way to expose Republicans, and clear a path for a President Clinton or President Sanders to walk down.