Morning-after reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election
When novelist Michael Rowe posted an electrifying image of a Trump rally in Colorado by photojournalist Nate Gowdy, the impact rocked his Facebook page.
Netanyahu breaks his promise to not Interfere with the U.S. Election.
There is some great discomfort to be had for Trump in the opening debate ritual.
Beyond a diminished mental health, also concerning about Mr. Trump is the degree to which hype and hypocrisy defines his campaign.
In the immortal words of William Shakespeare: “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.”
Philadelphia Mayor says he’s simply abiding by the Constitution, which doesn’t allow citizens to be held against their will without a warrant.
There’s a reason there are rules about not talking politics and religion in mixed gatherings.
A fable of American politics losing its religion.
Christopher M. MacNeil calls out the GOP on their strategy to undermine democracy.
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.
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.