How sincere is America's shift toward accepting marriage equality?
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Count your lucky 50 stars that you live in a place with a long tradition of democratic discourse and governance.
It is up to us to decide whether we value our security over our freedom or, like Snowden, “don’t want to live a society that does these sorts of things.”
I read the lyrics to your "Open Letter" earlier today. However, I think it could stand to improve — a lot. Why don't you work on a second draft?
At the ribbon cutting for David Axelrod's new Institute of Politics, I had a brief chance to talk politics with the strategist and rising Democratic star Julian Castro.
Democrats looking to retain power in 2016 may do well to consider a Biden run now. He's the best candidate out of the top prospects.
Lupe Fiasco was kicked off stage at an inaugural event after performing his song 'Words I Never Said.' His anti-Obama protest has been vilified, but this is exactly what Fiasco needed to do.
What united us in horror soon tore at us politically, and the news media was more than happy to fan the flames.
Make no mistake: Wednesday's ruling was not victory for free speech. It was a win for a solitary member of Pussy Riot, as well as Putin’s laughable brand of “morality.”
Romney sought to capitalize on voter disappointment with Barack Obama, but his critiques may have been better suited for a different audience.
That Akin’s remarks are a possible liability for Romney in the upcoming election brings to light an unfortunate reality: local gaffes can carry national repercussions, detracting from policy.
Unless Pussy Riot was incredibly naïve – and it’s difficult to believe that they were – the band has knowingly energized the movement against Russian anti-free speech measures.
The CDC's Tuesday report on obesity begs the question: If obesity is so costly, then why are we still so heavy?
Romney's Jerusalem comments on wealth and culture were not just tactless: they showed a bad sense of diplomacy.
In the midst of hysteria surrounding Bloomberg's "soda ban," it’s worth noting that if it passes, as is likely, the law will actually change very little.
Though history is being made as Obama goes public in his support for gay marriage, it is in some ways repeating itself.