Americans may well--and should--vote out those senators who have protected Trump.
Mike Bloomberg this week began running a new ad urging lawmakers to vote to remove Trump from office. The 30-second ad will run in 27 states, including Colorado, Maine, Arizona, and North Carolina, where Republican senators are facing difficult re-election efforts.
It shouldn't have been surprising that, since Republicans were not listening to the will of the voters, that in November's elections those same voters dumped the Republicans and put Democrats solidly in charge.
The new year brought us another round of debates, the last until the Iowa Caucuses on February 3. This debate has been the seventh so far, with a shrinking pool of debaters and of issues to discuss.
Whether women, LGBT Americans or DC residents, they all are seeking merely the same rights as their fellow citizens.
The fact is that Americans have elected a woman for president. And we may well be doing it again this year, too.
Progressives Should Welcome Conservatives to the Climate Change Table: The Planet’s Future May Depend on It
A group of concerned Republicans, co-led by former secretaries of state James Baker and George Shultz, has decided to take climate change seriously and offer what they call a market-oriented solution.
In theory, the Supreme Court was created to function as a nonpartisan judicial branch of the government.
What Democrats, be they Joe Biden or anyone else, is why even think that they can pander to the Trumplicans?
It is unamerican. It is also insulting and demeaning for officials from the Trump administration to use the guise of a classified briefing on military action against Iran to tell senators, in Lee's words, "we need to be good little boys and girls and run along and not debate this in public."