After watching Joe Biden's speech last night, one thing seems patently obvious. He should be launched into the highest rank of Hillary Clinton surrog...
As I watched "unity" take hold of the Democratic Party this week, the believer in me wanted to imbibe it -- bottoms up. Michelle Obama ignited the cr...
Progressive big hitters were out on the field Monday and they successfully swung for the fences. If only -- and it's a big if -- if only the party could liberate itself from the stranglehold of Big Money. For off camera, out of sight and (for the moment) out of mind, one could sense the corrupting presence of the lobbyists of corporate America.
Here they are! The mature female role models are rolling in, and I have to say I think they are fantastic; stronger and more powerful than almost any other generation before and after them.
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA -- In its first night, the 2016 Democratic National Convention played host to First Lady Michelle Obama. All over social an...
After her eight impactful years in the White House, and one glorious speech to cap it all off, Michelle Obama will go down in history as one of our nation's greatest first ladies.
Instead of preying on the fear of the nation, Obama focused her speech around two people. No, not Clinton and Trump, but Sasha and Malia Obama.
If you fail to show up for Hillary in November, and Trump wins, then your revolution will prove to be nothing more than a faddish exercise in futility by privileged white millennials who shamefully cut off their noses to spite their faces, while destroying everything that Sanders worked to achieve for you.
Standing on the floor of the Democratic National Convention was surreal. I am a formerly undocumented immigrant whose parents remain undocumented. And yet here, I was on the floor of a national political convention as it kicked off Monday.
If the United States electoral system seems a little convoluted to you, you're not the only one.
It wasn't until today that I realized how much things have changed since I was a classroom teacher. As I watched the coverage of how the speech deliv...
You showed that a brilliant, bold, unapologetically black woman that stands in her truth can be the most powerful endorsement that a candidate can have. Most of all, you remind us that black women are the secret ingredient
Like the eye of the storm, she brought peace to a crowd divided. Her speech, elegant but sharp, channeled her hope for the Clinton presidency to the tune of "I believe the children are the future."
Many parts of America are in crisis, and whatever happens come November, a large percentage of the population is going to be angrier than it is now.
She has wit, grace, style, passion, and fierce intelligence.