Voters I spoke with in Ohio are convinced that Hillary Clinton is corrupt and guilty of some criminal activity, even if they're not entirely sure exactly what that activity is.
Across the country, some Americans are so disgusted with the system and their choices that they're literally throwing their votes away.
The controversy over Bill Clinton's conduct wasn't just the product of a "vast right-wing conspiracy," it was the result of his habit of lying and obfuscation.
Hillary Clinton's dismissal of many Trump voters as "deplorables" wasn't a gaffe or a mistake but a conscious dismissal of the concerns many poor white Americans have.
State Senator Norman McAllister could be in some serious trouble.
The Massachusetts senator remains a dream candidate for progressives no matter how many times she says she isn't running—but the truth is she wouldn't be doing herself or anyone else any good by challenging Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Both are form of state-sponsored violence, both are based around irrational fears, and both are proving incredibly hard to eradicate for good.
If we want to stop cops from killing civilians, we need to reduce the influence law enforcement has on the levers of government.
There were many people who could have lessened the damage done in the aftermath of the now infamous shooting of Michael Brown—and virtually all of them were Democrats.
You know an election is coming up when candidates from both parties are sowing fear and disinformation about the threat the Islamic State poses to the US.
Until we feel enough shame about propping up this sadistic sport to stop watching it, there won’t be change. So let's turn off our televisions and discontinue our support of brain damage and violence against women.