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November 24, 2016
How to Stop Trump
David Cole has some ideas. Plus Gary Younge on the vote in Muncie, Indiana, and Michelle Chen on refugees in America.
Start Making Sense
November 23, 2016
Muslim New Yorkers Respond with Fear, Hope, and Apathy to Trump’s Election
A sense of powerlessness poses a threat to the solidarity Muslim organizations consider essential under a Trump administration.
November 21, 2016
Cops Are Watching Your Facebook Feed
What are they doing with the data?
November 18, 2016
Jeff Sessions, Trump’s Pick for Attorney General, Is a Fierce Opponent of Civil Rights
He wrongly prosecuted black activists for voter fraud, was blocked from a judgeship because of racist statements, and opposed the Voting Rights Act.
November 17, 2016
Rudolph Giuliani Can’t Stand the Constitution
Remember when he was mayor?
Alex S. Vitale
November 11, 2016
What Will the Supreme Court Look Like in a Donald Trump Presidency?
If three additional liberal and moderate vacancies occur in the next four years, the Court could stand 7-2 conservative for decades to come.
James D. Zirin
November 10, 2016
The Majority of American Voters Did Not Choose Trump for President
It’s time to do away with the Electoral College and its thwarting of democracy.
October 18, 2016
What if the Next Presidential Debate Actually Covered Critical Issues?
We need a debate worthy of the challenges we face as a nation.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
October 18, 2016
North Dakota’s War on the First Amendment Threatens Everyone’s Right to Know
Charges against Amy Goodman were rejected. But warrants and arrests continue to threaten dissenters, observers, journalists–and honest debate.
October 14, 2016
At Least 24,000 Inmates Have Staged Coordinated Protests in the Past Month. Why Have You Not Heard of Their Actions?
Hunger strikes, labor strikes, and other actions have hit at least 29 prisons in at least 12 states.