The American Staff
Adele M. Stan
Collective denial over the depth of America’s racism amounts to a passive form of racism in and of itself.
It depends on how much influence the corporate lobby has in the final deal, and it’s not over.
The veteran senator is a fixture of California politics, but she personifies the Golden State’s past—not its present or future.
Shift the debt onto the books of the Federal Reserve. If that kind of help is good enough for our largest banks, it’s also good for disaster-stricken Puerto Rico.
If Brexit actually happens, those most harmed will be the people who voted for it. How did Britain get into such a mess, and how might she yet muddle out of it?
Malpractice cost Clinton the election, but her ambivalence on big issues was produced by big structural factors that affect all Democrats.
Trump’s proposed tax cuts, mostly on corporations and the wealthy, will do nothing to help the people who elected him president.
With extreme gerrymanders on the rise, it is time for the Supreme Court—and the states—to curb a practice that has gotten out of control.
Can our constitution co-exist with extremes of economic inequality?
Democrats can't compete with Bannon on racism—and shouldn't—but they can certainly outdo him when it comes to good jobs.