I think it’s safe to say that the costumed, albeit violent, Berkeley protest represents the culture war in the U.S. Confused, shallow, and vain.
The key in beating ISIS is directing our ire clearly. For if we criticize Islamic State by criticizing Islam, it emboldens them further.
The far-right meme culture emboldened by the European anti-immigration sentiment has unearthed something old but no less brutal: antisemitism.
Like it or not, the alt-right is here to stay. This week, the PolitiScope podcast discusses points about facing the alt-right in everyday life and whether middle ground can be found with extremists.
Donald Trump’s links to Russia make for a topic that won’t go away. However, the true source of these rumors is something else altogether.
Holland’s banding together to deny Geert Wilders prime ministership in the Dutch election yesterday is a bold example of what can be achieved elsewhere.
Sean Davis reacts to Rachel Maddow’s exclusive report on Donald Trump’s 2005 tax returns and exposes it for what it is: a deliberately leaked distraction from the real, serious issues within Trump’s presidency.
While we can question the acts of Trump and company, I contend that we’ve misread the rise of populism. In fact, I believe we should blame ourselves for confusing politics with entertainment.
The Democratic Party is on the political ropes. They’ve lost Congress, most state legislatures, and the White House. This weekend’s vote for DNC chair may foretell the midterm elections, the 2020 Presidential election, and beyond.