The Obamacare, gay marriage, and EPA rulings all have a unifying theme.
Reverend Obama's Historic Sermon
June 29, 2015
The religious underpinnings of the President's call to political action.
The Supreme Court Doesn't Think Racism's Over After All
June 25, 2015
A ruling on fair housing provided a sharp reminder that racist intent shouldn’t be the only measure of discrimination.
The Obama Gap
June 21, 2015
A case study in electoral failure.
Clementa Pinckney's Political Ministry: "Righteous Indignation in the Face of Injustices"
June 18, 2015
Pinckney was part of a long Christian tradition of prophetic witness that put social justice at the heart of his ministry.
House Democrats Just Dealt Obama a Withering Blow
June 12, 2015
This is a serious rebuke of the president—from his own party, no less.
Democrats Support Free Trade More than Republicans Do. So Why the Big Split Over the TPP?
June 08, 2015
Most Americans know little about the deal, but the activist left is organized and motivated.
The lack of competition in the Democratic primary has left Hillary’s most ardent supporters in the strange place of not having anyone to root against.
Why the government should subsidize day care for millions of American families.
The Fiscal Abandonment of West Baltimore
May 07, 2015
Both the city and state are struggling with budget shortfalls that will make it harder for officials to turn their promises of sweeping change into a reality.