Rudy Francisco addressed sexism and misogyny as I have never heard before in a bold and vulnerable manner that teaches the realities.
Hillary Clinton won the women’s vote. She did not win the vote of white women, and she called their support for a misogynist in Joy-Ann Reid interview.
Hillary Clinton in an interview with Joy-Ann Reid perfectly deconstructed the sexism and misogyny women face and their complicity to some extent.
Progressives may have taken a hit in 2016, but if the sentiment at Netroots Nation 2017 is an arbiter of things to come, 2018 could be great.
Van Jones goes where most of the TV talking heads were refusing to go. Unfortunately he is only half right and we better start realizing that.
Lawrence O’Donnell went beyond news media discounting Trump’s misogyny. Hit exposed and shamed both Trump and his campaign for aiding the misogyny.
It’s hard to see why the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is close. Many attribute it to a very polarized citizenry. But it’s a bigger reason.
Hillary Clinton supporters came out in droves to attack my piece on her necessary response to Donald Trump working on outflanking her.
It is not an overreaction to state that this essay pretty much makes the Bernie Sanders candidacy toast. Read it for yourself.