JACKSON: Trump wouldn’t want done to him what he’s doing to the majority of the American people.
JESSE JACKSON: Women, people of color, the poor and the LGBTQ are the targets, but the entire country will suffer.
Both Trump and the Republican Congress are more interested in raising barriers to voting than in lowering them.
Will Senate Republicans vote to deprive tens of millions of Americans of health care coverage in order to cut taxes for the very wealthy?
For America to “start winning,” we need more smart diplomacy, not more smart bombs.
JESSE JACKSON: In a perverse fixation on overturning all things Barack Obama, Trump now turns his attention to Cuba.
JACKSON: Instead of being a matter of bipartisan consensus, voting rights remains contested territory.
JACKSON: The U.S. should not employ the hammer of military or covert intervention in Venezuela but rather diplomacy and humanitarian assistance.
JACKSON: Unlike voter fraud — which every independent study shows is essentially a myth — voter suppression is real and growing.
It is simply obscene to condemn low-wage workers or older workers to unnecessary illness and death in order to afford tax cuts for the wealthy.