Forget the supposed gender divide in Bernie Sanders support. The real divide over Sanders lies between white and non-white Democrats.Read More →
Clinton, who was for mass incarceration before she was against it, fills in some blanks in her agenda.Read More →
The woman, reportedly an award-winning actress, claimed that as she was walking through London’s Waterloo Station a man sexually assaulted her, putting his hand inside her underwear and penetrating her for “two or three seconds” then struck he…Read More →
The U.S. has been supporting Saudi Arabia as it prosecutes a vicious war of choice in Yemen. Trevor Thrall and John Glaser write that it’s time for that support to stop:
The problem is that Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen compromises both U.S. interests and its moral standing. Our interests are harmed because undermining the Houthis and contributing to the power vacuum in the country has benefitted the position of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), which happens to share Saudi distaste for the Houthis.
The Saudis succeed in garnering U.S. support in part by characterizing the war as a fight against terrorism. But the Saudis and al-Qaeda are actually in an awkward alliance in this fight, making U.S. help even more misguided.
Now that the man Patrick Feaster shot died, after the officer didn’t inform anyone else of the man’s injury for over 10 minutes, the notion of possibly prosecuting Feaster back in play.Read More →
Says the notion that expanding the housing market benefits both poor and rich sounds “counterintuitive”Read More →
In the 1990s, Clinton, Madeleine Albright, & even Gloria Steinem sacrificed principle for political advantage.Read More →