Yesterday’s backlash to Trump releasing info to the Russians is the latest spat in the ugly divorce between him and his Intelligence Community. So why does the Deep State have an axe to grind?
On the surface, it looks like Macron winning the French election over Le Pen is a victory for logic over populism. However, underneath the frosting? The same stale flavor exists.
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.
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 full effect of Trump’s twisting of language and facts may be felt overseas, as his governance tactics may surrender the ground won by democracy over the past half century.
Rick Krizman describes the transition between dreaming about Barack Obama versus dreaming about Donald Trump, and also navigating empathy across widely partisan divides.
Sean Davis examines the hypocrisy surrounding Trump’s immigration ban.
There’s a cathartic place to group and complain on Twitter as a collection of Trump voters are voicing their regrets.
I’m one of the fortunate ones to have avoided the Muslim Ban, but, while I want to think myself lucky, I can’t, for I know what my government thinks of me.