Even some of the most outward-looking U.S. presidents presided over the erection of a deadly run of barriers separating the U.S. from Mexico.
During times of war and unrest, American authorities have cited various reasons and laws to take children away from their parents.
Let's take a few moments to think about what some of those lessons might be for the world’s most exceptional and indispensable nation, the planet’s sole superpower, the globe’s only sheriff.
It’s not an accident that many students arrive at college with little understanding of U.S. history or knowledge of how their government works. The good news is that they want to learn.
A president’s most fundamental legal and moral responsibility is to uphold and protect our system of government. Trump has degraded that system.
"Depressing" is the director's word for a House action against Russia's alleged election meddling.
The director says children are more interested in the "horror film" version of the truth than what is taught as history.
The president's decision to withdraw from the Paris agreement clarifies the tasks of people seeking smart climate policy.
I hope you'll forgive me if I suggest that the Iraq-Syria War against Islamic State is being conveyed to us via Snapchat Important things happen, they appear in front of us, and then POOF! They're gone.
In 2013, you can’t actually be jailed for not paying your bills, but ingenious corporations, collection agencies, cops, courts and lawyers have devised ways to ensure that debt “delinquents” will end up in jail anyway. With one-third of the states now allowing the jailing of debtors (without necessarily calling it that), it looks ever more like a trend in the making.