The police can take your assets even if you haven't been convicted of a crime.
Watching the failure of another GOP effort to deprive millions of their medical care, I recalled a very different scenario under then-President Lyndon B. Johnson.
As our institutions bend and buckle and approach the breaking point, the chief executive bombs Syria and is hailed by an obeisant media.
Recent attempts to quash the freedom to speak reflect the know-nothing intolerance afflicting this nation.
For 40 years, the crusade against abortion has affected women on Medicaid in particular, and a new bill will extend restrictions to all American women.
In just a few days, the president seems to have set out to wreck government and turn over the remains to his plutocrat friends.
For the sake of democracy, an independent commission or special prosecutor must be appointed to investigate Russian influence.
The public outcry after the GOP tried to quash an ethics watchdog is the kind of citizen action we'll need to survive the next four years.
Look in the mirror, America.
Defeat has many parents, and buck-passing cannot be the national pastime.