By 1898, a great land empire had been forged through brutal conquest. Now the American gaze turned to foreign lands.
The climate of fear is frustrating for law enforcement personnel, who want victims to know they are there to protect women and children.
Several candidates around the U.S. send mailers with stereotypical images such as their Jewish opponents with fistfuls of cash.
This is a worldview that reinforces a contempt for human rights in the name of financial expediency and the cynical pursuit of political power.
The massacre in the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh did not take place in a vacuum—it is part of a wave of hate crimes sweeping our country.
Rather than realizing that words matter, Trump and his collaborators are riding fear, hatred and demagoguery all the way to the midterm elections.
During an interview with Axios, the president calls rights guaranteed by the 14th Amendment of the Constitution "ridiculous."
A tweet by the AP is the latest example in a wave of conspiracy-tinged victim blaming amid tragedy—led by President Trump and conservative pundits.