If Trump declares a national emergency, he can fund his wall against the wishes of Democrats. Will he?
Join IPS’s Manuel Pérez-Rocha and an array of dynamic panelist for an important opportunity to provide our movement with information about the impact that NAFTA has had and how Trump’s NAFTA could continue to harm working people and the environment in all three countries.
It’s hard not to feel that all of humanity deserves a Darwin award when you see the effects of recent superstorms, the vanishing of polar ice, and the heedless drilling for oil and gas everywhere.
Republicans can only win by racial gerrymandering and voter suppression. And Trump can only win by using fear and racism.
The United States is not yet a country with a hereditary aristocracy of wealth and power, but unless we address the persistent inequalities around us, we are drifting in that direction.
The U.S. isn’t the only country where women are lining up to burn down the (frat) house.
Critics like that anonymous op-ed writer have no problem with how Trump’s actually hurting people. They just want the leader doing it to look more presidential.
John McCain was a politician, not a maverick — he played ball, and sometimes compromised. Trump is the true maverick: He’s batshit crazy and there’s no dealing with him.
While the ruling red-green bloc is running on an anti-inequality agenda, an insurgent anti-immigrant party is drowning out their message with fearmongering.
The media treated Trump’s petty snub of John McCain as a bigger controversy than the $717 billion Pentagon bill named for the Arizona senator.
The powerlessness of positive thinking in the age of Trump.
It’s time for the world to blacklist Trump, his associates, and his businesses.
The president may be a diplomatic wrecking ball, but he believes his investment in Korea is too big to fail. That’s a good thing.
From the G-7 dustup to the flashy photo shoot with Kim Jong-Un, U.S. foreign policy is now determined solely by the president’s pettiest personal preferences.
But for the Korea talks to work, the administration will have to value diplomacy far more than it did on Iran.