May 1, 2016
The only thing Trump's got going for him, one is tempted to say, is the men's vote, which is no way to deflect accusations of a GOP war on women.
Apr 27, 2016
Plato, who was Aristotle's mentor, thought that rhetoric in the wrong hands was dangerous. Which brings us to Donald Trump. What better time to be reviewing rhetoric's modern applications than during a presidential election that features blazing examples of unsavory rhetoric.
Apr 25, 2016
Dixie is home to reliably Democratic African-Americans. Many of the most liberal people serving in today's Congress were elected by black Southerners. Sanders failed to earn their votes by treating the South as a lost cause. Many took Sanders' remarks that the black vote isn't important.
Apr 20, 2016
This bathroom law is utterly unenforceable and therefore unnecessary. What we have is a non-solution to a non-problem.
Apr 13, 2016
Thanks to North Carolina's anti-LGBT legislation, the bathroom bill, the state has begun redefining itself. The new law requires transgender people to use the restroom consistent with the sex on their birth certificates, has liberated South Carolina from its persistent place as the brunt of jokes.
Apr 10, 2016
The Pope believes that it's better to give than to receive. Sanders thinks more or less the same way. The difference is that one wants to raise consciousness about our obligation to the less fortunate; the other wants to restructure America's economic institutions.
Apr 6, 2016
An argument could be made for a fresher face, a former vice-presidential pick, who has a record of working with Democrats, a man of faith and family values whose only real baggage is the suitcase he carries home each weekend to Wisconsin.
Apr 3, 2016
If Trump were truly pro-life, which he apparently isn't, given his lack of understanding of the pro-life movement to end abortion, no one in that world talks about punishing women.