Bombs mailed to political leaders. Threats against the media. A shooting in a place of worship. The hatefulness is unconstrained.
Trump promised to "drain the swamp", but he made it bigger and filthier.
If Mueller finds indisputable evidence that Trump conspired with Putin, his presidency would not be authorized under the United States Constitution.
Russian attacks on our democracy are a clear threat aimed at the heart of America, but Trump is more concerned with his wall.
True patriots don't fuel racist, religious or ethnic divisions. They aren't homophobic or sexist.
Even if the Pentagon budget were cut in half, the United States would still outspend China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea combined.
The crux of America's crisis: Our system of government was designed to constrain power, but Trump doesn't want his power to be constrained.
Only once in our history—in 1861—did enough of us distrust the system so much we succumbed to civil war.
The president's megalomania means there is no clear strategy.
Trump doesn't want his base to know that the only way they can permanently become better off is by reining in the ownership class.
Trumponomics is a thin veneer of an excuse for giving America's rich whatever they want, while sticking it to everyone else.
To Trump and his merry band of climate-change deniers, boosting coal is fine. Helping solar is an unwarranted interference in the free market.
Trump will do anything to maintain his power—even sacrifice American democracy.