I’m Tired, But I’m Not Finished: Are We Ready To Call It Racism Now? By
It seems we live in an American society that is hellbent on euthanizing black hope and injecting our despair and frustration with adrenaline. We abide in a country that counts our lives as cheap, and through brutal conditioning has
I Remember Mama: One Man And Boy’s Odyssey Through Abuse By
Data clearly and consistently show that mothers abuse their children more frequently than fathers. Yet we seem generally unconcerned about maternal abuse, often telling the male victims who have been hurt by their mothers to “suck it up” and “take it like a man.”
Woman As Aggressor: The Unspoken Truth Of Domestic Violence By
There’s something very important that we’re not talking about when we talk about domestic violence.
“Justifiable” White Violence And The History Of The Criminalization Of Blackness By
We must, all of us, insist that one life in this country doesn’t have more value than another.
Conspiracy Realists And The American Xenophobic Impulse By
I am a conspiracy realist. Certain conspiracies are real. History shows conspiracy theorists are right much more often than the mobs that hunted them.
The Far Right’s Horrific Monster Bash By
Who are the real vampires in America: the right-wing's cartoonish portrayal of "illegal" immigrants, or the bloodsucking exploits of the corporate world?
How Corporations Monopolize Public Services On The Taxpayer’s Dime By
More and more, the free market is suspended for the contractors that never have to deal with the worry of competing bids.
Deficit Talk: Worrying About The Water Bill When The House Is On Fire By
Meanwhile, Republican deficit hawks would rather pour gasoline on the economic fire instead.
What we’ve done and are still doing in the name of national security.
What The Government Shutdown Is Not About By
The House Republicans' hostage-taking of the economy isn't about healthcare or jobs. It's not even about the deficit.