Articles (27 total)
French yellow vest protestors presented concrete demands in 2018 and did not stop showing up until they were met. The George Floyd protestors should do the same to maximize the impact of this movement.
While the hearts of progressives may push them to embrace “Bernie or Bust,“ a victorious Biden in November would cause less Americans to suffer due to relatively more progressive policies on immigration, fossil fuels, and the Middle East.
Opinion: Achieving herd immunity without a vaccine could be the only way to end the COVID-19 pandemic
Among the unknowns of the COVID-19 pandemic is the potential for herd immunity via a majority of Americans contracting and recovering from the virus. While social distancing is a proper first response, a long-lasting lockdown may have far-reaching consequences ideologically and economically. Soon we must approach the next step of our response, and that response requires more Americans to contract the virus as we receive more data and develop more “best practices.”
Trump’s inability to act “presidential” has led many liberals to think nostalgically of President Bush. They should remember the crimes against humanity he committed.
Biden may have dominated during Super Tuesday, but Sanders may still have a chance.
Presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg, a billionaire and stop-and-frisk supporting ex-Republican, is not the candidate to beat Trump, despite his recent surges and endorsements.
High crime might be Ypsilanti’s most talked about problem, but its debt crisis stays under the radar. The Water Street purchase, which was supposed to be Ypsilanti’s beacon of hope and prosperity, may have been its undoing.
The two year presidential campaign season takes attention away from Congress while requiring candidates to raise millions.
The assassination of Soleimani was not only an act of war and shockingly shortsighted but it raises deeper questions about the power of the US executive branch. Unfortunately, as long as both parties fully support this executive authority when someone from their side sits in the White House, nothing will change in the foreseeable future.
Democrats all over the nation are torn between environmental protectionism and supporting union jobs in the fossil fuel industry. In Michigan, this centers around Enbridge Line 5.