Rights and Democracy
Because there’s good reason to believe they are.
Better half a loaf than… one-tenth of one?
The GOP should heed Churchill’s warning about appeasing authoritarians: “Each one hopes that if he feeds the crocodile enough, it will eat him last.”
… while the planet burns.
Why is it controversial to spend on social programs but not the Pentagon? Or to subsidize the poor but not the rich?
If one of our poorest states can rise to meet this basic human need, why can’t Congress?
Mobile homes provide affordable housing for millions. But for private equity firms, they’re just another asset to squeeze for profit.
Aging and disabled Americans — and the workers who care for them — have a huge stake in federal budget negotiations.
In this unequal economy, Texas’s harsh new anti-abortion law pits desperate people against each other.
The effort to roll back voting rights is unconscionable, and the federal government has a duty to act — now, before the next election.