Democracy works best when everyone who is eligible to vote can do so. Voter suppression tactics making it harder to vote are anathema to this principle.
If you are at all concerned about voting in person for the July runoffs, and are not already doing vote by mail, consider requesting a mail-in ballot.
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.
We’re staying committed, determined and engaged with our effort to turn Texas blue, with lots of ways to get involved from home.
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.
Local Democratic operations and the statewide Democratic convention will continue digitally, to support the community’s health and fight against COVID-19.
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.
To the conservative elements of our society, the stock market and business are now more important than protecting our citizens from disease and hunger.
In the pretzel-like logic of conservatives, “religious freedom” means letting them impose their beliefs on everyone else.