“It’s the mayor’s job to tackle race relations,” says the former Philadelphia City Councilman, who now prefers to be called “Jim.”
Years of civil disobedience from Philadelphians preceded Tom Corbett’s loss in PA Governor’s Race.
Current voter ID laws are voter suppression laws. They perverse our democracy and perpetuate failures of the existing version of our marketplace of ideas
The man who would be king? (Or at least potential running mate to the man who almost became king) is going to prison and out of public life for good.
Lost to America is the ability to compromise, which once made us the greatest of nations. Doug Zeigler wonders if we can ever regain the empathy for others that we once revered.
Yesterday, America went back in time. What does the Supreme Court decision and the Wendy Davis filibuster mean for the “future”?
Jon Stewart explores what it might take to change the GOP’s mind concerning same-sex marriage.
A state representative makes the kind of loud, honest, proclamatory statement politicians are supposed to tiptoe around. Good for him.
Liam Day asserts that as little as they or their supporters might like to admit, Obama and Romney have a lot in common.
Sean Davis came from the poorest of the poor, from the white-trash, from food stamps and toys made from boxes of government cheese—and he has a message for America.
A California state bill would allow courts to legally declare a child has more than two parents.
In this excerpt of Mark Shriver’s book, The Good Man, he salutes his Dad and remembers the perks of being the Sargent’s son.
President Obama gave a great speech on Tuesday, Slade Sohmer writes, so let’s just leave it at that.