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Starbucks' #RaceTogether campaign was the wrong way to go about the right discussion.
Guaranteeing tuition for every college student is necessary. And we can afford it.
Rick Perry's newest hire has some politically incorrect -- and theologically sound -- views on women and power.
Context surrounding the recent fatwa against gays issued by Indonesia's most prominent Muslim clerical body.
The pros and cons of making every eligible citizen cast a ballot.
Passing racial injustice off on commissions and reports, and then ignoring their findings, is the American way.
Gwen Graham is Democrats' best chance at turning the state's GOP tide.
America's bougiest Congressman has resigned amid yet another round of spending revelations.
The country's leading Islamic scholars are worried that homosexuals create a "stain on the dignity of Indonesia."
The GOP's latest attempt to change the rules of the game in their favor.
Because if being gay is a choice, like drug use, it's so much easier to "fix"
Last Thursday, Mehdi Hassan published a rebuttal to Graeme Wood’s widely-read analysis of the Islamic State. Wood’s piece illustrated the ways in which the Islamic State “derives from coherent and even learned interpretations of Islam.” By contrast, Hassan entitled his response: “How Islamic is the Islamic State? Not at all.” The back-and-forth is only the latest […]
Institutionalized sexism in India has more in common with American criminal justice than we might think.
Congressman Aaron Schock (R - Downton Abbey) is more trouble than he's worth for GOP leadership.
Yesterday, John announced that, after over a decade spent working tirelessly as a leading advocate and activist in the LGBT community, he is leaving AMERICAblog to blaze new trails at the United Nations. He has asked me to take over as editor for the site, and I’m extremely excited and grateful to have the opportunity. I […]
After 30 years in Washington, I've moved to New York City, taken a job with the UN, and am leaving blogging.
Do outcomes matter more than process? The GOP seems to think so.
Registration is great, but we should really be focused on increasing actual participation.
On January 21st Russian Duma Deputy Oksana Dmitriyeva went on broadcast television and argued that “in a time of [economic] crisis, there should be a change of teams in government.These people don’t know how and don’t want to change course.” She may well be the only deputy of the Russian State Duma with a functioning brain, and lately she […]
Because discrimination is bad business.