I'm done watching and listening -- without rebuttal -- to those who claim to be progressives and Democrats as they outrageously slam and slime a woman who's worked indefatigably for 40+ years in support of essential and life-changing issues that I, and many others, support.
Just when you might think the GOP race couldn't get any more ridiculous, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are now facing off over their wives' virtues and reputations. This exchange is the perfectly sexist, and benevolently sexist, acme to months of dick-slapping bravado from men who endlessly go on about their wives, mothers and daughters.
God bless First Mothers and First Ladies who continue to remind us how it can be done peacefully and with hope. This particular insight alone brings me much comfort, knowing that a mother's heart is closer to reaching the White House as president. This fact might very well be our American resurrection.
It's time liberals acknowledge that their vitriol toward the presidential candidate is hurting women -- and speaks to something deeper.
There are plenty of high-minded reasons to follow campaign news. It informs us about the issues. It educates us about the candidates. It makes our choices meaningful. It makes us a polity, not puppets. But does that describe the campaign news you're consuming?
Sometimes the frustration at not being able to send these despicable, bigoted, and ignominious candidates to their room for their behavior infuriates me, but if you really think about it, it is the media that has that disciplinarian responsibility.
Castle Slum, by Robert Williams A society will never advance beyond the quality of the questions it asks itself. So who asks ...
The final GOP debate was scheduled for March 21st in Salt Lake City, the first sans-Rubio showdown after a big March 15 primary battle. But when Donald Trump decided he wanted to sit it out Wednesday, Ohio Governor John Kasich dropped out as well, prompting debate host Fox News to cancel it entirely.
Speaking at a rally in Birmingham, AL., on his quest to secure his party's nomination, GOP front-runner, Donald Trump, announced a broad and sweeping ...
In 2016, activism is finally cool again. For the Millennial generation who are coming of age in this election cycle, taking to the streets in protest for something you believe strongly in, is somewhat becoming a right of passage.
Given the failure of the presidential debate moderators to raise the issue of nuclear weapons "modernization," the American people have been left largely uninformed about the candidates' opinions on this subject.
A man who in his quest to become the most powerful man in the world has so brilliantly proven all our conventional wisdom wrong, just canceled a rally in Chicago in response to the crowds of protesters who infiltrated the rally.
As a professional facilitator, I have been disappointed by the failure of moderators to better manage the 2016 presidential debates. A clear set of rules could help to avoid the disrespectful banter that has dominated the dialogue.
Questions have arisen in recent days about whether Donald Trump, his supporters, and his opponents have acted in ways that either violate the First Amendment or can be punished consistent with the First Amendment. Here are some questions and answers.
If you are like the average American, you cannot help but get lost with all the considerations you need to make before you cast that one very import...
We are strong, independent, overachievers who are mothers, daughters, sisters, wives and lovers of our nation. Your words will not stop our community service, civic engagement, leadership or thirst for education.