Rights and Democracy
If you can’t humble yourself to consider the feelings of those you’ve harmed, you can’t remain in office.
I treated wounded GIs from Vietnam. I saw carnage that seldom makes its way into harrowing war stories like “They Shall Not Grow Old.”
Undocumented workers everywhere. And they’re… working!
Communities like mine, in small-town Michigan, are told to blame immigrants when unchecked capitalism hurts us. We don’t buy it.
After pocketing a huge taxpayer bribe from former Gov. Scott Walker, the manufacturer all but canceled plans to build a factory in the state.
During Black History Month, we celebrate the legacies of those who learned what it truly means to be free — by being denied freedom for centuries.
Gender isn’t a qualification for serving as president, of course. It’s just that for nearly two-and-a-half centuries, it has been.
The fact that 2020 candidates are announcing now is a testament to the huge expense of elections. Can a new law change that?
Billionaires are reaching across the aisle (to other billionaires) to oppose new taxes on themselves.
For years, I’ve been fighting to save the planet for my son’s generation. Now they’re fighting for themselves.