From the very beginning, Donald Trump has had difficulty understanding that the Justice Department is not like every other cabinet office. He does not have unilateral control of it. The Justice Department can bite back at him, and he doesn’t like it.
What do Jesus, Walt Disney, and Anne Frank have in common? Perhaps this seems like a question that reeks of such absurdity that it’s
It may be hard to believe, but in the history of the United States, we have never had consecutive Democrats elected to the presidency. Harry Truman and Lyndon Johnson both became presidents because of the deaths of their predecessors.
If you are frustrated with gridlock and/or intransigence in your state legislature, as many voters are, one way to get your issue considered is
It’s been a long and contentious eighteen years since the first Dream Act was introduced in Congress in 2001. The issue of providing a
A stunning and unprecedented moment occurred on December 10, 2018, when forty-four former senators – among them, thirty-two Democrats, ten Republicans, and two Independents
In May 2018, more than eleven hundred American economics teachers and economists, among them eleven Nobel Prize winners, banded together to sign an open
Amid oh-so-clever ads for beer, cars and snack foods, one Super Bowl LIII ad stood out yesterday—the sober message presented by the Washington Post:
Elections matter. If there’s any doubt about why, take a look at what’s happening right now in New York State. In the 2018 election,
Since the Clinton era, the Democratic Party has been increasingly reliant on white-collar professionals who may be progressive on social issues but are uncomfortable with “big government” and wealth redistribution.