If there is a single key to understanding what motivates Donald Trump -- that is, other than his extreme narcissism -- it is his determination to avoid, at all costs, the pain of humiliation.
If Hillary actually did say these words in the context Gov. Pence used, they would be a damning piece of evidence. But instead it's the same trick that was done by the RNC in 2004, when they edited John Kerry's words to suit their own purposes.
Focusing on Trump alone obscures the other, equally important aspect of the choice we're making in November: that Hillary Clinton is an extraordinary candidate that all of us, particularly those of us in the progressive movement, should be proud to support.
Democratic primary voters, may be in for a rude awakening. They may have picked the least electable Democrat and placed the country and the world in jeopardy of a proto-fascist President Trump.
Trump did not defeat his opponents with his dazzling oratory skills or his master plan for saving this country. He won by giving a ventriloquist voice to the dummies of America, using their previously secret language that Fox News has been using for years.
Donald Trump is taking up the vast share of everyone's attention, but the real definition of this election will probably come next week from the Democratic convention in Philadelphia.
One of the biggest frustrations with the American health care system is that it is incapable of accurately pricing goods and services. The reimbursement that providers receive varies considerably based on which insurer is paying.
Election 2016 has not only been the most predictable election in recent memory, but the results have been virtually set in stone for many years.
Hillary Clinton called Donald Trump a threat to democracy and described him as the most dangerous candidate for president ever. But I find the way people are chanting their support of his candidacy at the Republican National Convention even more frightening than "The Donald."
If It Can’t Be Sanders, Warren, or Brown, Tom Perez is the Next Best Pick Tom Perez was the top legal adviser to the nation’s “Libe...
In this piece I hope to speak to all who view with horror Trump's candidacy and any possibility of a Trump presidency. I hope to speak to Republicans who are considering supporting Trump but remember that theirs is the party of Lincoln.
Now, nothing gets the base less excited than the Secretary of Agriculture. But that may actually be what makes Vilsack the sleeper choice.
This is politics. I don't agree with Bernie endorsing the oligarchical robot machine candidate that many of us are fighting against, but this is politics. He's playing the game and I think he's positioning himself.
Although we progressives don't like to contemplate the prospect of a Trump presidency, it would be wise to at least be prepared for such an even...
It is time for all the allied countries of the free world who are now profound potential victims of terrorism to mobilize and do one mass relentless military strike against ISIS hitting them from all sides imaginable.
Trump might have to start working on his apology skills if he wants to move into the White House.