For the past year the left has debated the merits of participation in the election process. As you might expect, not everyone is on the same page.
In the middle of last year, due to a traffic violation, I spent a few months as a guest of our local county correctional facility.
America's billionaires have realized they really don't have to bother convincing a majority of people to vote their way.
Every inch of social progress secured in the course of struggle over the past several decades is subject to reversal in the event of a government takeover by the Republican Party.
Democracy was never a gift bestowed on the multitude by the top layers of our society, either at the country's founding or in its subsequent history.
President Richard Nixon, under popular pressure, formally certified the 26th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Forty years after the news of the Watergate burglary, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein take on certain historical revisionists who claim Watergate was nothing more than a misguided political caper.
Newly elected Connecticut Secretary of State Denise Merril, a Democrat, was stunned to discover that her Republican counterparts across the country were all focused on how to keep the number of voters down in their states.