Pretexts and posturing run throughout the public discourse, dominated by partisan apparatchiks around both Trump and the Democrats.
During the 1960s anti-war movement, many leftists and Democratic Party leaders could not find common ground. That’s still true today.
The group’s defense? That it has a right to be unfair during the presidential nominating process.
The Young Turks' Piker (left) and Uygur say the party needs to adopt a more progressive economic platform in preparation for the 2018 midterm elections.
Some of the left’s biggest hitters, from party insiders to progressive outsiders, clash during a panel at Politicon 2017.
In this week’s “Scheer Intelligence,” host and Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer sits down with the publisher of the New Republic and The Washington Spectator to discuss the future of journalism and politics. (Fish is pictured.) [Transcript added.]
Without the investigation—and how it is forcing the president to play defense—the Trump agenda might be closer to full realization.
Amid Democratic silence, Sen. Bernie Sanders is winning praise for condemning what environmental groups call a "giveaway to oil and gas interests."
Media critic Norman Solomon says the Democratic Party's Russia fixation ignores vital messaging on important issues.
The sentiment of Clinton voters is said to reflect Democratic politicians' angst about how to position themselves for 2018.