Straining to explain away Trump’s racist comments with cutesy semantics will not convince anyone that he didn’t say what he did.
Gimmicks like this are little more than shallow virtue-signaling.
Awareness is fine. Action is better.
Unless it’s to offer women a non-handsy hand, some words of support or a no-strings-attached job opportunity, don’t.
Less obvious a problem, though, than the odious detritus of the failed Moore campaign, is the great lie that Republicans told voters.
Remember Dec. 4 — the day Trump, GOP sold out to Moore
The World Health Organization recommends that countries decriminalize sex work to mitigate the violence prostitutes are subjected to.
In the safety of 2017, in an environment that is far less friendly to the accused, some are admitting the party may have covered for Bill too long.
There is no “over there,” when people born in the United States can be radicalized by ISIS and its propaganda.
As many of us already knew, the painful effects of sexual harassment don’t just come during the harassing, but afterward.
As a Republican who felt gut-punched and outraged over the attacks in Benghazi, the way in which the attacks in Niger have been handled is disturbing.
The time of reckoning for serial sexual predators in powerful positions may finally be upon us.
They turned a blind eye to the same behavior for which they excoriated Republican men for decades.
Banning semi-automatic rifles is not only arbitrary, it would have negligible impact on gun violence in America.
To ask an audience to put politics aside for an hour a day is downright nostalgic.