We talk about democracy in the context of politics and institutions, but this week’s guest draws from Walt Whitman, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and John Dewey.
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Democrats can once again win Texas with a combination of the right strategy, maxed out Black and voter registration, and excited voter turnout.
I get it that politics is at least sometimes about compromise. My problem has been that the liberal side seems to be doing most of the giving.
Juneteenth is a reminder that we must never give up no matter how tough or trying the times. This year, it is especially important that we all speak up.
I’m not a constitutional scholar. I discuss issues of public interest by using my common sense, which tells me that, in our country, money is speech.
In his first Memorial Day message as President, Biden commented and emphasized what he is believes is most important: democracy.
Federal Election Commission records show the small-state senator got campaign donations from the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies PAC.
It’s our duty as democrats to persevere despite these challenges and push the limits of our imagination about what democracy can and should be.
Texas is again the biggest battleground state. This time it’s not just about winning an election, it’s about winning the fight to save our democracy.
I have been thinking about how statistics show that there are 14 million Americans who subscribe to the insane beliefs of the Q-Anon movement.