A portion of our vote for the next president is a referendum on the immediate past. But try as we might to predict what could happen, we simply cannot account for the changing domestic and international issues.
How could I possibly celebrate the life of a man who was assassinated while advocating for those on the margins and not affirm the humanity of this young man on the street?
Post-Reagan conservatives liberally throw out the name of the Gipper for the purposes of legitimacy; that is where the similarities end.
The Supreme Court this week upheld Kentucky's use of lethal injection, rejecting the claim that it violates the Eighth Amendment's cruel and unusual punishment clause.
With the closing of the Rockridge Institute, right-wing ideology will continue dominate public conversation. When will liberals learn that they've got to put their money where their ideas are?