The struggle to get certain men to take responsibility for their own inappropriate actions, as demonstrated by Scott Baio.
In American society, are sexism, racism, patriarchy, and white supremacy the exception or the norm?
Talking about race does not have to be nasty or disrespectful. It just has to be honest and truthful.
Throughout the primary season, the election process, and since taking office, Donald Trump has consistently failed to take responsibility for his mistakes.
Seeing as Netflix has signed on seemingly every public figure of note in recent years, it makes sense that the streaming giant would bring in its latest big-name partners: Barack and Michelle Obama.
Stock performance around the globe has been on the rise, reported The Washington Post back in December.
Going from Obama to Trump has brought about a national and international collective whiplash.
The “America First” strain of politics known as “Trumpism”—central to President Trump’s rise to office—took direct hits from influential figures in three separate speeches last week.
Bill Maher—like most of us—has had it with trying to figure out how Trump supporters stay so loyal.
The concept of “traditional family values,” as used by the political and theocratic Right, has nothing to do with “tradition,” with “family,” or even with “values.”
And he came packing zingers: “We both have wives who are significantly more popular than we are.”
Why do we have the Second Amendment? It’s not to shoot deer.
It seems Trumpcare was never really about replacing Obamacare to begin with.
Dr. Walter Sims writes a letter of thanks.
Bo Obama sat and stayed in front of a constellation of camera flashes and biped reporters to give his farewell address in the Oval Office.
Alex Yarde shares a reflection he wrote at the time of POTUS Obama’s first post-election press conference. Things have gone down hill since.