Note to American Jews: Now What?
There is some great discomfort to be had for Trump in the opening debate ritual.
Will the use of these tactics by progressives cost Hillary the election?
There’s a reason there are rules about not talking politics and religion in mixed gatherings.
A fable of American politics losing its religion.
We need to know, identify, and determine what course our lives are going in—what matters most to you right now in society?
When did you realize your political voice and become active—and how has it shaped your destiny and daily life?
Maybe the person to drown out the message championed by Mr. Donald Trump isn’t a politician or an activist, but rather a professional wrestler.
Philadelphia isn’t known for being kind to Republicans and the City has shown little-to-no brotherly love towards Mr. Donald Trump.
Any protester arrested in Philadelphia for engaging in free speech during the DNC will have quality legal representation.
By conceding on the Fourth Amendment but remaining stubborn on the Second, the government is suggesting that constitutional rights are separate but unequal.
Anthony Romeo is a new dad who is proud that his baby boy will be growing up in a world where the idea of a woman running for President will no longer be a historic event.
How foolproof are your arguments? Men, dads, and spouses have strived for millennia for the perfect argument. Here’s a list of fallacies to avoid.
Editor Matthew Rozsa’s friend reveals some inconvenient truths about the upcoming election.
They are almost complete opposites of each other and many people tend to lean towards one or the other when discussing political issues.
David Kanegis believes the Republican Debate was not only a debacle, but a threat to national security. And yet he couldn’t stop watching it.