Donald Trump ran his campaign on implicit, and sometimes explicit ("drain the swamp," anyone?) promises of an "anti-establishment" presidency. As we s...
Last Friday, thirteen people were randomly shot in the Ft. Lauderdale- Hollywood International Airport. By the end of the day, five innocent people had died. All but one was on their way to a Florida vacation.
Co authored with Helen Berger, Resident Scholar Brandeis University Women's Studies Research Center Hillary has been accused of being too cautious, ...
In the environmental movement they call it greenwashing: A big polluter plants a few trees in the rainforest in hopes that they can get some good publicity they can leverage for their next bad move. It's a sham and everyone knows it.
This article is not meant to be controversial, though it does address a controversial topic: guns, mass shootings, the gun lobby and the anti-gun lobb...
As the discussion below shows, the campus carry movement has, it seems, a different ideology for higher education. The underlying motivation is that traditional authority must be maintained and, in the end, disagreement is resolved by force, not by debate.
He's a candidate for the president of the United States, and he talks like a professional wrestler.
Originally published 8/10/2016 in The Guardian. I'm a gun owner and Donald Trump doesn't speak for me - or any of the gun owners I know. His suggesti...
That Donald Trump called for armed revolt in a city most famous for just that seems like too much of a coincidence, no matter what his campaign has to say. Even in the unlikely chance that this is some grotesque version of the stars aligning, it is not a mistake of history.
As Americans, when it comes to foreign policy, we should all be worried by the potential of a 'Trump Foreign Policy Doctrine' becoming a reality.
Scientists at NASA have yet to locate the edge of Donald Trump's stupidity, even after over a year of campaign rallies and convention speeches.
Will she be hounded by the accusation that she doesn't have a true "mandate" from the people?
What if someone out there takes Trump's words seriously, goes out and actually shoots Hillary Clinton? If this happens, it does not matter what Trump really meant. What matters then is how he was understood.
"Sociopathic" might describe Trump's condition, but it doesn't describe our condition as we routinely hear such Trump statements on the campaign trail.
For citizens who have been raised in this advertising-rich environment, which comfortably equates guns and safety, sexiness, and manliness, it can be hard to see the marketing for what it is.