I recently took a look at Rep. Ann Wagner’s website to see what she thought of President Trump’s incendiary words at his rally Jan.
Biden’s Cabinet and Cabinet-level nominations and appointments are complete. He didn’t ask me, but I think overall he gets a ‘B+.’ An ‘A’ for
A reader asked me to analyze the statutory and constitutional tools that could and should be used to fight Trumpism now that Trumpism has
In an interview with Madrid’s El País newspaper, published on January 10, Pulitzer-prize winning historian, Anne Applebaum didn’t hold back. “The Trump adventure is
Some thoughts about the (likely) purposeful misuse of the the 1st Amendment freedom of speech in the wake of events like Simon & Shuster
January 20th is just nine days from the writing of this post. That day and the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala
In the meantime, we’re going to have to wrestle with Donald Trump and recognizing that part of why he so arouses our disgust is because we see him in ourselves. If we don’t like what we see, it’s up to each of us to change it.
I’m a glutton for punishment. From time to time, I dip into Donald Trump’s @realDonaldTrump Twitter feed just to see what kind of insanity
That we live in an unequal world is nothing new. Now, though, that reality may have unpredictable consequences for all of us. We are
2020 ranks with 1968 as one of the most unsettling years in American politics. The similarities between the two years are striking, but it is difficult to find shared catalysts explaining what caused them to be so filled with dysfunction. However, a common denominator might be found further back, in 1954.