Ah. There’s the pot calling the kettle black.
In a fair world, the right to offend others comes with the obligation to suffer offense.
Love is in the air between Trump and his dude pals.
With the acknowledged benefit of hindsight, the rise of Trump does indeed appear fueled by a rejection of political dynasty and elitism. Jeb never stood a chance.
Politicians would rather blame poverty within our communities and low achievement in our schools on the “cultures” of those suffering from the inequities.
Opinions without justification are just that—opinions.
Thomas Fiffer goes looking for consent videos and finds an ugly attack on consent and equality.
To understand Rush Limbaugh’s opposition to consent, Thomas Fiffer explores the entitlement mindset.
“My brownness isn’t something to be blind to or to love me in spite of. It is who I am,” writes activist Candice Russell.
Community College instructor Gint Aras responds to Tal Fortgang’s dismissal of his white privilege.
Michael Kimmel thinks that the justifiable decline of hegemonic masculinity is driving the issues and anxieties of America’s angry white men—and he might just be right.
The Rev. Dr. Neil O’Farrell’s reverie on seeing and not-seeing.
For 25 years, the American right wing has been pursuing a strategy designed to increase their political power, and it’s cost them their principles and basic competence.
George Zimmerman’s defense claims that un-armed Trayvon Martin was just as deadly as his pistol. That’s nonsense.
Dr. Bill Johnson, on racism, responsibility and change.
How Edwin Lyngar became disenchanted with the right-wing political climate in which he was raised.