We need a new association of people who are willing to work together to protect the American democracy from assaults by the Trump Administration
If the U.S. under Trump leaves a vacuum, will China be the one to fill it?
If the Democrats in Congress were not shell-shocked by the bombardment of executive orders, and if they were able to hold the kind of investigation and hearing the Obama administration was subjecte
Here's a test as to whether the Trump administration's travel ban on refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries is truly driven by security concerns or reflects a prejudice.
The world should now get used to a president and administration that speak first and (maybe) think later.
Advocates of a Marshall Plan for the Middle East and other parts of the world often point to the great success the United States had with nation building in Germany and Japan after World War II as
The United States should support a Kurdish state. True, such a move will run into opposition from the governments in Baghdad and Ankara.
In the next four years we will see an explosion of AI technology that further delivers on the promise of driverless cars, intelligent robots, and other societal and job-impacting advancements.
Adding a “Middle Eastern and North African” census category will only sow disunity.
We need to differentiate between Trump the ultra-conservative and Trump the Democracy-Wrecker.
True, Trump during the campaign promised to protect Social Security, saying, for example in March that “it’s my absolute intention to leave Social Security the way it is.
Rep. Mike Honda (D-Calif.) added to his long list of credits when, in the dying hours of the 114th Congress, he introduced a bill that should cheered everyone’s holidays—HR 6510: The Save the Children Act of 2016.
There are many reasons to believe that the end of the TPP will have rather few implications for America’s role in the region.
The Democrats have responded to Republican criticism that they are burdening future generations with debt by making great effort to reduce deficits; this often entailed capping social expenditures. The following Republican administrations then used the slack created by the lower deficits to pay for huge tax benefits to the rich and to balloon the deficit...We are about to witness another round of this same sequence