How the Republican Party morphed into a dangerous wounded beast
A Fable of American Politics Losing Its Religion, Its Mind, and Its Soul (Or: How Donald Trump Came to Dominate the Republican Party)
Conversion therapy has been debunked and discredited by research and science, and its use is universally rejected by medical and mental health professionals.
The GOP claims to be above identity politics; but is that just a front for maintaining “racial integrity?” A look beyond just Trump’s offenses.
It’s irresponsible at this point to dismiss Trump. Things could get all out-of-whack before this is over.
Allan Ishac explains why The Donald’s hair is the true measure of his manhood.
Its all coming unwound, in a mad procession of shocking political ineptitude.
The Republican Party has lost its soul–but maybe, just maybe, it’s not too late.
If the Republican Party wants to stop Donald Trump, they have about three weeks to do it.
The Republican presidential platform was built on a specific brand of Christianity. Where did it come from and how did it happen?
If you’re paying attention to the debates for 2016 POTUS, the topic of K12 Education is apparently irrelevant.
Support veterans — absolutely. Make it sustainable not by one time contributions but through legislation that ensures that their needs will always be a part of our national policy.
Iowa matters in ways far beyond who wins on caucus night.
Republican commentators express constant befuddlement over the rise of Donald Trump; maybe they shouldn’t be so surprised.
Sarah Palin’s recent endorsement of Donald Trump will help him continue to dominate the news cycle, but it’s not clear it will move him any closer to winning the Republican nomination.
Mirza Ahmad on the hardships of being a Muslim American, and how we can combat Islamaphobia.