The Western world’s demonization of women in power can be traced back to Ancient Greece, argues the celebrated UK classicist Mary Beard.
Many grassroots Democrats separated from their party in the 1990s, and the 2020 election may be the last chance to save the marriage.
The Democrats are blessed with a large number of candidates whose experience, politics and personality make them qualified to assume the office of the presidency. Even if we rule out … Continue reading →
Many commentators are suggesting that both right and left are equally to blame for all the polarization between them. They’re wrong. The reason for all the bitterness between left and … Continue reading →
New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor (6/14/17) started with a false premise and patched together a dodgy piece of innuendo and guilt-by-association in order to place the blame for a … Continue reading →
What I hate about Trump, and folks like Trump, is this. He doesn’t debate immigration policy. He hates Mexicans. He doesn’t debate theology. He hates Muslims. He doesn’t hate poverty. … Continue reading →
The Young People — it’s a label I’ve seen used to dismiss an entire generation as hopelessly naive and ignorant. The Young People don’t know how to communicate; they’re always … Continue reading →
Tuesday’s primary results suggest it’s Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump come this fall. What does this mean for America? Hillary is the easiest to gauge. She’s been in politics for … Continue reading →
I’m uncomfortable when people pronounce Bernie Sanders unelectable. It unfairly dismisses his followers’ potential to succeed and short-circuits his right to promote his platform. If he’s the nominee, I want … Continue reading →
When I think of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, I always imagine an enormous rock that weighs thousands of tons and symbolizes American society. Bernie and Hillary are charged with … Continue reading →
Continuing our election coverage, I thought I’d try to sum up each major candidate with a single word (excluding profanities). I encourage readers to submit your own words for each … Continue reading →
Is former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s support among women crumbling? Less than one month out from the first primary in the United States, Senator Bernie Sanders now has a … Continue reading →
Why Bill Clinton’s sexual past is not an issue in the presidential campaign, but Donald Trump’s sexism is. Republicans are very clear that they intend to make Bill Clinton’s past … Continue reading →