This Video Proves That Trolling Russia Is Better Than Boycotting It
August 21, 2013

Former New Republic staffer and conservative writer James Kirchick went on RT today to talk about the Bradley Manning verdict.

No Gays Left Behind
The LGBT movement has a much longer road ahead than it seems
June 28, 2013

For those who don’t follow every twist and turn of the gay rights battle, the Supreme Court's invalidation of two major gay-marriage bans—the federal Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Prop 8—may seem like the final victory for gay equality.

Being against marriage equality doesn’t make you a monster
May 17, 2013

Being against marriage equality doesn’t make you a monster.

Taking Strategic Differences Seriously
December 17, 2009

In a post yesterday, I argued that some intra-progressive fights reflect ideological differences, particularly over the role of private-sector entities in pursuing progressive policy goals, that need to be taken more seriously, in part because failing to acknowledge them often makes such fights nasty exercises in name-calling and character attacks. There's another broad area where differences of opinion often originate, and that must be understood as well: differing political strategies. Two Examples of Strategic Disconnect Consider two examples: Democratic political operatives and progressive