In the wake of the January 6, 2021 insurrection and other rebellious acts from the right, there is increasing talk of a new American civil war. What shape it might take is open to all kinds of interpretation.
Earlier this month, Heather Cox Richardson reported that both the New York Times and the Washington Post ran op-eds penned by Republicans or former
Three hours before the first presidential “debate” debacle kicked off, as I was blithely sautéing a batch of mushrooms, my kitchen sink inexplicably plunged—with
I’ve been teaching political science full time at a community college for the last 18 years. And though I still love it, it’s gotten
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff [D-CA] has published an open letter to his Republican colleagues, urging them to, at long last, break their
The current state of proliferating Trump scandals presents a once-in-a-lifetime political opportunity for the first Republican to truly stand up for what is right.
I have not been the same since November 8, 2016. Trump’s presidency hurts. I’m taking it personally. But my anger, sadness and fear aren’t
In his first weeks in office, Donald Trump has been all about executive orders. He has also talked about going after Federal regulations. But,
Just one week into the Trump presidency, the newly inaugurated president and his circle of sycophants are working overtime to convince us that words
How does American democracy outlast Trump? We are about to experience the presidency of the least experienced, least qualified, most uninformed, most autocratic and