The current Supreme Court line-up is the result of a long-running campaign by groups who are trying to pervert the Constitution for their own ends. And right now they are being successful.
American Freedom Tour, a company that puts on for-profit Trump rallies, including an upcoming Mar-a-Lago gala and multimillion-dollar fees for the former president, is now having trouble paying its bills.
Their fear and loathing of history lessons in schools has far-right Nazis either running for local offices on school boards or backing those they see as malleable enough to influence on those boards or other local positions.
The idea that cruelty can serve as a political tool should give us all pause. Our humanity as a nation is at stake when politicians seek support from those who view some people as subhuman and thus seek to divide us.
High school senior and climate activist Shiva Rajbhandari won elected office in Boise, defeating an incumbent school board trustee backed by far-right extremists.
The Handmaid's Tale is a work of fiction. But fictions can give rise to imaginings that can become the kind of future horror the show describes, if we allow it.
The posturing outrage of the former guy tells us a lot more than the fact that he's pissed about the FBI taking away his secrete document stash. It tells us that he has more to hide—a lot more.
Propaganda by incomplete sentences and outright lies isn't limited to politics. It has been used in business and by Madison Avenue for decades.
Imagine what would happen if every media outlet said, "Today we carry nothing about the former guy." The actual power to bring about that scenario rests with us, the wielders of wallets, votes and clicks.
As legal experts have indicated, Trump is scared. He's been caught and knows it. He was provided with an inventory of what the FBI took in their search at Mar-a-Lago—and apparently it was a lot.
Alex Jones is just one example of the people who prey on others through lies, harassment, bullying and subterfuge and who do so because they are not competent enough to operate out in the open with the rest of us.
Nichelle Nichols almost left Star Trek during the original seasons due to racist harassment at the studio. But a fan, Dr. Martin Luther King, saying that Star Trek was the only TV show he approved of—because of her role—convinced her to stay.