They’ve got the right target, that’s for sure. And their protest is a healthy sign that people are finally rising up.
Today has been a good day for equality.
A state worker is fired for advocating for the education of the public about access to free ID’s so people can vote? I hope my Republican colleagues ask themselves why the Walker administration is so afraid of democracy.
Everyone looked at me as the presumed alumna of the women’s college, not my husband.
The civil rights division of the chief lawyers’ group in Wisconsin is calling on Attorney General Eric Holder to inspect the voter ID law that Governor Walker signed earlier this year.
Revolution does not happen at conventions; it happens on the ground and in the streets.
“This is the people standing up saying, ‘We’re not going to take it anymore,’ ” said one of the demonstrators.
The CIA appears to have violated its charter by getting involved—deeply involved—with the NYPD, which also may have broken several laws that are supposed to protect our civil liberties.
This Sunday, Aug. 21, is the 180th anniversary of the slave rebellion led by the Rev. Nat Turner in Virginia.
“Jim Crow, move over, the Wisconsin Republicans have taken your place,” says a Democratic state senator.
All over the world, people are rising up, risking their lives, fighting back. What’s your plan to kick some sorry ass?
The grocery chain has done itself—and its clientele—a huge disfavor by capitulating to such vileness.
We need to move well beyond the realm of electoral politics.