Progressives have taken a shine to the former Senate hopeful. But a closer look at the Texan's record reveals a flawed presidential candidate for 2020.
The latest numbers tell us a lot about the limits of denouncing Donald Trump without offering much more than a return to the old status quo.
Only massive grass-roots pressure will be able to sustain momentum toward a truly democratic party.
We need the congresswoman from California to be a brave voice—as she was in the post-9/11 war frenzy—and encourage diplomatic discourse between the US and Russian governments, not castigate it We need the congresswoman from California to be a brave voice—as she was in the post-9/11 war frenzy—and encourage diplomatic discourse between the U .
Democratic leaders have positioned themselves to portray just about any concession from the U.S president in bilateral talks with the Russian president as a corrupt payoff.
Democratic leaders in Congress have shown scant interest in impeaching the new president. Escalating pressure from constituents could soon change that.
Contempt for diplomacy with Russia is now extreme. Mainline U.S. journalists and top Democrats often bait President Trump in zero-sum terms.
Fifty years after the Glassboro Summit between President Johnson (pictured right) and Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin, we should question the wisdom of leaders averse to any U.S.-Russia detente.
Russiagate may be great for ratings and fame, but the propaganda doesn’t help journalism, democracy or the fight for world peace.