As our politics move from crazy to crazy and fevered with the battle over the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh totally on and midterms just around the corner, it is fascinating to watch the Trump propaganda machine gear up. Enter stage right: Sean Hannity and Boris Epshteyn.
Racism is a persistent part of America’s history. Like a cancer that spreads throughout the body, hatred of one group metastasizes, generalizes, spreads through the body politic; the person who loathes African Americans soon despises Hispanics, LGBTQs and religious minorities.
With thousands of protesting students in the background, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh appeared on MSNBC during the March For Our Lives rally in Washington to call on Congress to listen to the voices of young people.
I would like to be a hometown booster and say Pugh really gave it to one of the nastier right-wing commentators on American TV. But the truth is the mayor desperately needs better media advice. It was not a good look for the mayor or Baltimore.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh announced this week that she wants to bus thousands of students to Washington this month to take part in a gun control rally after 17 people were killed at a Florida high school. Here's what we know about the plan.
Fox might be the most prominent platform to have become more politically emboldened since the election of President Donald Trump, but it is only one of several that have taken a more partisan turn or made clear their intentions of serving the president’s goals in 2017.
In talking about the debt limit, Republicans are casting the matter in terms of politics, while President Obama is talking about it in terms of leadership — even though he has failed to lead on the budget since he was elected.