Despite feeling hopeless or lost in light of current events, we should remember that we, more than ever, have the right and responsibility to vote blue. We are a team and we have a righteous cause.
It appears the only people who matter to Trump, Abbott and Patrick are wealthy campaign donors interested in restoring cash flow to their businesses.
Will the Supreme Court’s reconsideration of _Roe v Wade_ be in line with the Constitution, medical history, legal precedent, and this American moment?
By taking cues from Trump rather than from scientists, Republicans and their allies have malignly politicized “reopening,” and will be held accountable.
One fact about American society is becoming painfully clear in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic — the lack of access to proper healthcare and insurance.
Texas has some of the most restrictive rules in the U.S. when it comes to voting by mail. In the midst of a pandemic, it’s time to expand eligibility.
On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the stories of Thomas Midgley and Clair Patterson tell us a lot about the free market and regulation.
Do the gendered words we use make a lasting impression on the way we think about authority and who should be in those positions?
I’m amazed by the contradictions inherent in people’s reactions to threats. In particular, the conservative response to COVID-19 is just hard to explain.
Destroying the block and tackling of government has proved to be disastrous in so many ways, not just how it relates to our current crisis.