Search. Find those deep cuts.
We might be able to do away with Susan Sontag's Notes on Camp as the definitive authority on it. We have a new context—that’s broader, browner, blacker, queerer.
Democratic paralysis in the face of the most corrupt administration in history carries a sobering lesson for those who find themselves in Trump’s sights.
In absence of empirical meaning "electability" has come to reflect our collective biases—a euphemism for things we would rather not say, but want to imply.
Less than a month after Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report became public, Democratic paralysis has uncorked Trump’s authoritarian desires.
Republicans have sent Democrats scrambling to avoid the impeachment fight the Constitution calls on them to join—even at the cost of helping Trump win.
Now that the Mueller report is out, the real importance of impeachment is to shelter the country from what Trump and his allies will do if Democrats remain aimless.
Attorney General William Barr has joined Trump's war on the rule of law. Trump has noticed and is adjusting to a new, less constrained, far more dangerous phase of his presidency.
The filibuster burdens the progressive agenda in a way that it does not burden the conservative agenda because it is undemocratic. All Democrats should support abolishing it.
If Trump and William Barr get their way, the standard of conduct for candidates and presidents will remain where Trump set it, and we will be in deep trouble.
If we don’t focus, and soon, Donald Trump may get the berth he needs to bolster his standing with the public and beat us again.