Voters are being bombarded with messages about the success of the tax reform law and the dangers of immigrants ahead of the election. What matters most is rising wealth inequality and deadly racism.
Candidates aligned with President Trump’s stance are stoking racial fears ahead of the midterm elections.
The Islamophobia that Donald Trump has made his own arose in the decade after the collapse of the Soviet Union, once the boogeyman of Communism was removed from the quiver of the American right.
It’s not just the “bad dudes” and others the president has maligned—Trump’s administration does not welcome vast numbers of those looking to gain entry to the U.S. for a particular reason.
Anti-Muslim activists in the United States were operating in a "post-truth era" and putting out "alternative facts" long before those phrases entered the language.
A Human Rights Commission report says almost 40 percent of Muslim, Jewish and Sikh residents of the city surveyed had experienced some kind of harassment.
The highest court in the U.S. delivers a tsunami of decisions, most of which leave no doubt about its fiercely right-wing orientation.
At least six other times in the past, people were excluded from America on the basis of race or religion. The Roberts Supreme Court has just legitimized the seventh.