Donald Trump is getting the chaotic, violent, blood-soaked sendoff that he always demanded—but he might have overstepped the mark this time.
With two weeks left to go in the White House, Donald Trump’s presidency has devolved into a procession of denial, coercion, and golf.
With 70% of Republicans still believing that the election was stolen, I’m wondering why we Americans are so politically dim.
Caitlin Johnstone highlights what Americans actually voted against in record numbers: not against Trump, but against abuse from mass media.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have won. What does that mean for the salient issues that have defined America in 2020?
As America goes to the polls, they do so deeply divided. However, one study has discovered how our brains succumb to political bias and partisanship.
While it’s easy to dismiss QAnon’s brand of nonsense, they have influence in Washington—Donald Trump is merely the tip of the iceberg.
Today’s modern American domestic terrorists were influenced by the hypersexual, uber-violent, misogynist attitudes and images that were prevalent in the 1990s.
While the presidential debate devolved into ear-splitting nonsense, Kamala Harris versus Mike Pence was a refreshing exercise in clarity.
Multiple sources have all said the same thing: Donald Trump has no sense of humor. Which is fitting, considering his Presidency was motivated by a punchline.