Don’t you dare remove a registered voter from the voter rolls unless you are absolutely certain you are not crushing that person’s democratic rights.
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A universal basic income experiment in Stockton, California gave randomly selected residents $500 per month for two years with no strings attached.
How the United States responds to these threats touches on some of democracy’s most basic tensions. We explore those tensions this week.
Unless all of our presidential elections have been rigged to varying degrees, narratives of rigged and stable elections are false.
If we want to live in a somewhat decent country we must start to hold our president’s feet to the fire. We just can’t go along and complain.
Journalist, author, and historian Anne Applebaum says that democracy is not like running water — something that we know will always be there.
Donald Trump Jr. standing in front of a wall of handguns with scopes is a clear threat that should not be tolerated.
Where were Texas leaders when an Arctic chill spread across Texas, depriving power to millions? Senator Ted Cruz got on a plane for Mexico.
We learned a lot from him. Perhaps the best lesson was that while there is life there is hope. Constantino Coronel inspires new generations of activists.
Sunday is the 3rd anniversary of the Parkland school shooting. Debbi Hixon who lost her husband Chris in the shooting speaks about Rep. Greene.