James Comey is just another person seeking to profit from his time with Trump and using Trump's own playbook to do it.
The staggering sums being paid by Americans for healthcare are so far out of whack from literally all other modern countries as to be laughable—or would be if they wasn’t so sick.
We must now conclude that the Republican National Committee now considers violence, the destruction of public and government property, rioting, the smearing of excrement in the Capitol and manslaughter as "legitimate political discourse."
Medicare For All exists in America right now....almost, only in one small town: Libby, Montana. This gives us an opportunity see how this works, and to ask why we can't have universal healthcare in the rest of the country.
Trump is campaigning to retake the office he lost. Meanwhile he has described the January 6th riot at the Capitol as a demonstration. Now he's calling for "demonstrations" in New York, Atlanta and Washington, the venues of his upcoming indictments.
Why is it that Republican politics paint the idea of investing in people as something stupid, evil or communist?
Progressives and Regressives view people in two different ways. Progressives view people as assets. The other side views them as an expense or liability—or at the very least sources to extract money from by any means.
Economies that run entirely on fossil fuels can now be likened to zombies trudging along one lumbering dead step after another.
In the four years Trump spent in the White House, he set back progress against racism and white supremacy decades. And he wants to keep this degradation of American rolling.
It goes hand in hand that where you find corruption you will also find obstruction. Mitch McConnell has been showing the country this for more than a decade. Now Manchin and Simena are following his example.
Pretty much the only place where Republicans can get away with calling themselves the "Rule of Law" party is on FOX. It's comedy on every other channel and these guys don't do comedy well.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is trying to push blame for rising COVID numbers on President Biden despite the fact that DeSantis has enacted legislation preventing local and regional authorities from enacting masking and social distancing measures to prevent infections.