After a frustrating year in Washington, our emotions currently range from gritty determination to dawning hope.
This policy discriminated against men of color and, in a blatantly un-American way, trampled on the presumption of innocence.
Look how clear his crystal ball was!
Way back in 1918, The Progressive published an essay entitled "Muzzling of the Press," criticizing the extraordinary new powers granted to the President under The Espionage Act of 1917.
His administration imposes new rules on speech in the capitol rotunda, citing a nonexistent emergency.
My guest this week is Sister Simone Campbell, who helped organize the “Nuns on the Bus."
The restrictions on protests are “content-based, vague and overly broad,” the lawsuit says.
She was an extraordinary human being, and we’re all in her debt.
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Our fundamental civil liberties just took a big hit in Congress.
Senator Dianne Feinstein had made a valiant effort to amend the renewal of the National Defense Authorization Act so it would explicitly prohibit the Pentagon from grabbing U.S. citizens and holding them indefinitely.
After four years on stand-by, thousands of gay couples hoping to marry legally in California learned Friday they could be in for another six-month wait.