The rise of Donald Trump is not an isolated phenomenon as similar leaders have come to power in much of the world in the past couple of years, a new history.
If things are more out of control than previously, how did we get in such a mess? Main answer has to do with a distinct inability.
Trump singlehandedly decided to virtually appoint a new President for Venezuela. It would be no surprise if he launches a coup under the right circumstances.
Engaging Trump supporting Republicans in a civil manner can be rewarding as this discussion about the border wall and immigrants was here.
White Evangelicals are fighting for a nostalgic past they only imagined was theirs. Sadly inferring a non-existent past is possible.
That “the record” on which Trump swore was Twitter rather than, say, before congressional investigators, ultimately may prove beside the point.
It is hard to believe that the mainstream media continue to tout the top line numbers of the current economy. It is essential that we go much more in-depth.
Trump’s foreign and domestic policies are made clear based on information from Bob Woodward’s new book. Withdraw-and-kill abroad, catch and release at home?
Forms of exclusion have helped democracies distinguish between citizens and non-citizens since the founding of democracy itself, all the way back to classical Athens.
In seeking to understand Trump’s rise to power, historians have investigated parallels with those of Hitler and Mussolini. There’s a better analogy.