The alt right movement is an insurgent, racially tinged one that seeks to dismantle traditional conservative institutions to provide a political voice to an array of exiles on the far right.
Even today, many academics and pundits still insist that money matters less to political outcomes than ordinary citizens think, even as business executives throw down mind-boggling sums to dine with politicians and Super Pacs spring up like mushrooms.
Having a two-party system has been of great benefit to this country, and there are intelligent people of goodwill in both parties. Sadly, Trump is not one of them. Of all the Trump bankruptcies, the most disturbing is his moral one.
While I might be partisan (#ImWithHer), this voter effort is not. For too long the tech community has been accused of apathy around social issues. I know this to not be the case from my daily interactions with passionate entrepreneurs.
Living through the days that followed the Democratic Convention, we get a good idea of what the period immediately after Hillary's election as Pre...
How invigorating to meet a humble brainiac, whose kind, compassionate, a feminist, in 2016 who's has pulled tote for almost two decades! Here's a message from the one and only Penny Milliken, CEO of HeR Interactive.
This male criticism of an alleged workaholic female -- one who wants to become the president of the United States -- is less about dissecting the Hillary Clinton paradox than it is about suggesting that there's yet one more thing wrong with serious, ambitious women.
Call on your members of Congress to pass the Voting Rights Advancement Act! For decades, our representatives crossed the partisan aisle to pass important voting rights legislation because it was the right thing to do.
In light of the upcoming Presidential election, of course gaining a competitive edge is one of the most difficult aspects for the campaigners. But eve...
When it comes to lifelong proof that one's words matches his intentions, it's evident that Bernie Sanders is the best choice to serve as the next president of the United States -- especially for African Americans.
Counter intuitive, isn't it? To have principles and live by them. When did that happen? We are living in a country where principles feel like something from a fairy tale.
There are legitimate reasons for not supporting Hillary Clinton, but they are, almost inevitably, only partially complete. She pays a very high price, as a candidate, for her lady genes.
So many things in this presidential election cycle are unprecedented that the word has lost some of its meaning. This cycle has shown one thing above all: Americans are mad as hell with politicians of all stripes and we are not going to take it anymore.
Some of the most fearsome monsters in myths have the heads of humans and deadly beasts, most notably lions, so they are very wily and bloodthirsty - just like Donald Trump, who I have compared to other beasts.
I've lived in the U.S. for a little over 6 years now and I guess I've pretty much experienced an awful lot in terms of culture. So when I think to mys...
The 2016 Democratic presidential candidate must mobilize the new American majority. If they do, they won't need to carry blue-collar white men to win. In 2012, Obama got the votes of only 35 percent of white men.