In all areas—from international and domestic policy to tax reform, from immigration to health care—a common theme has emerged: The president just can't do things competently.
What the former vice president and Progressive Party presidential candidate advocated during the Cold War should be a benchmark for progressives judging our president today.
The Republican movement took Washington by storm eight years ago, but its failures show the limits of riding a campaign wave into the reality of governing.
Organizing people dedicated to change begins with a conversation among friends and comrades. Start small, and start now.
Democrats are focused on pragmatism, so they can take hold of at least one house of Congress to provide a real check on the president's abuses.
Congress' effort to stabilize the nation's insurance markets is faltering amid escalating demands by each party and erratic positions by President Trump.
Approval by the state Senate would put a proposed constitutional amendment enshrining the right to health care on the ballot for Oregon voters in November. Uncertainties about how costs can be underwritten will remain.
Donald Trump's voters bought a lot of what he said during his campaign, but in his first year as president he's often done the opposite of what he assured Americans before taking office.
GOP lawmakers haven't guaranteed that the next spending bill—which they must approve by Thursday to avoid another government shutdown—will include money for the centers.