Protestor poet Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum on the streets of the Baltimore Uprising
Social conservatives are no longer the majority in American society.
The current field of announced and unannounced candidates for the Republican nomination in 2016 is pretty big, but it won’t stay that way forever.
As the former policy analyst for Family Research Council, Yvette Schneider shares her perspective on religious freedoms and reparative therapy.
The Republican Party is still deeply committed to big tax cuts for the rich.
Should A Small Handful Of Countries Run the World? Why Or Why Not?
Despite being an unmitigated disaster for the country, the Middle East, and the Republican Party, many in the GOP still don’t think George W. Bush was wrong to decide to invade Iraq back in 2003.
The South Carolina Senator’s recent denunciation of the word “the” shows why policy formation can be so hard in today’s Republican Party.
What do you think of race relations in America? Please share your thoughts–especially for global readers.
Recent Gallup polling shows that taking from the rich to give to the poor is becoming more and more popular.
The recent unrest in Baltimore is certainly an important event, but it probably won’t lead to large-scale changes anytime soon. ___ Lots of people have been talking about the civil disturbances that rocked the city of Baltimore this week, and not without good reason. They clearly are connected to the recent controversies surrounding instances of […]
Believe what you want to believe and make your arguments. But let the merits of your ideas carry you to victory rather than the toxicity of your exaggerated venom.
Forget the media hype, just because you lose a presidential election doesn’t make you a bad candidate.
Very quietly, the death penalty in the United States is disappearing.
Will the UN meet the new challenges of the twenty-first century or will it be the next failed League of Nations?