The most successful political strategy is to stand up forcefully for what is right.
Trump will make this election a test of what kind of country we are and what kind of country we want to live in.
Kneeling before the flag in silent, nonviolent protest is not disrespectful to the Stars and Stripes.
Tariffs are a crude club, one that invites retaliation. Trump’s use of them reveals that he sees the U.S. as weak, not strong.
It is grotesque that Trump could not bring himself to warn Putin publicly that continued interference with our elections is unacceptable.
We need judges who will ensure that those who violated their rights are held responsible.
We must take back the Congress and the statehouses and rally the democratic bodies against the usurpations of the ideological majority of the court.
Trump is using the same scurrilous tactics made famous in the Jim Crow South — paint “those people,” the other, as a fearsome threat.
Sessions says he is merely enforcing the law, but there is no zero-tolerance immigration law. The law hasn’t changed.
The spotlight may be on Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, but the producer of this summit was South Korean President Moon.
Voter suppression laws had a far greater effect on the 2016 election than whatever the Russians did.
North Korea’s leader clearly is looking for a way to get out from under sanctions and to open up better relations with the world.
Trump’s demand for complete and instant disarmament was never very realistic. But we needed return to the exchange of threats.
Even as inequality has grown worse, race and religion divide us and blind us to the reality of our shared struggles.