To prevent fascist forces from derailing the project of change in America, it is essential that progressive movements come to the fore and shape policy.
The president of the United States ... is not only obviously a child, but just like an ordinary person ... seeks solace and inspiration in the stories of the silver screen.
Arguments simply have no grip on people for whom carrying a gun ... is an important part of their identity.
Capturing the nation's imagination has always been an asset to presidential contenders. It has granted them instant name recognition, an ability to excite and mobilise the electorate, and the capability to pull in dollars for the long and expensive presidential campaigns.
The security strategy signals a return to an era of great-power rivalry, a vacation from which, having lasted three decades, has come to an end.
[T]he law passed by Congress ... does not reform anything at all. It just further polarizes a country already divided in half.