The far-right’s tendency to unjustly vilify those that oppose its views is becoming a central facet of the modern GOP.
Despite promising to advance a progressive agenda, Obama is moving too close to center on key issues in his second term.
Dems shouldn’t let concerns about losing support detract from the positives of GOP’s increasing acceptance of same-sex marriage.
In Obama’s second term, the issue of climate change may gain renewed traction.
If Hillary declines to run in 2016, Democrats will have to figure out what their party stands for.
The Boy Scouts of America risks being on wrong side of history by making discrimination an option.
After four years of struggling to articulate his agenda, Obama’s MLK Day inaugural speech could signal a new political moment.
Obama’s Treasury nominee is more a creature of Wall Street than Main Street.
Fix the Debt is more concerned with its wealthy donors than building a bright future.
Current GOP ideals aren’t likely to appeal to younger generations shifting toward progressive values.
There is only one thing that’s constant about Mitt Romney—his endless reinventions.
The political obsession with economic expansion is harming education, creating narrow-minded citizens.
Presidential debate omits women, LGBT rights.