"I believe these truths to be self-evident: America is committed to inequality."
The Brexit vote shows the pitfalls of acting as if we had ideal choices rather than real ones.
My phone fired off notifications from Facebook and Periscope about every five minutes, signal flares from a body of people angered by a crisis of GOP gridlock and apathy.
One action isn't going to do it. Progressives will have to do much more to break industry's choke hold on Congress.
As gun owners, blood will be on our hands if we keep selfishly doing nothing.
Using corporate practices favored by Wall Street, Trump made himself billions swindling and bankrupting untold numbers of hourly workers and small businesses.
Around the globe, rainbow flags fly at half-mast. Orlando was not so much of a wake-up call, but rather a reminder. First we mourn, then we act.
Mike "had the most fun when he was hanging out with his buddies ... and talking (loudly) about politics."
What about the people who have to work 92 hours a week at minimum-wage jobs to rent a one-bedroom apt. in California? Shouldn't they have a decent place to live?
Muhammad Ali, who lived from January 17, 1942 to June 3, 2016, may not have been the best boxer to ever live, but he may have been the greatest human to have boxed.