Beyond Bernie

May 1, 2017 Rachel Murphy Azzara

The end of Sanders’ interlude with the Democratic Party is long-overdue. No one can say we didn’t try. Hillary Clinton incorporated his ideas into her policies. Tom Perez took him on a Unity Tour. But, clearly, cooperation and unity don’t [Read More]


The Curious Case of Rosneft

January 30, 2017 Daniel Fusselman

UPDATE: Wednesday February 1, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. PST – Rex Tillerson, the CEO of Exxon Mobile, has just been confirmed as Donald Trump’s Secretary of State. Tillerson adds to a troubling trifecta of Trump cabinet appointees with long-held relationships [Read More]


Chants From The Women’s March

January 28, 2017 Ben Caron

An Account Of A Beautiful Day of Strength And Grace Exactly one week ago, I attended the Women’s March in Los Angeles. It was an incredible, beautiful demonstration of strength and grace. I experienced peace, determination, clarity and unity. 750,000 [Read More]


A New Battle Tactic

January 27, 2017 JC Lee

You’ll notice the past few days have been a flurry of news. Trump has told lies to distract and divide. The Administration churns out executive actions and the Congress hides from the American people to avoid accountability. This is what [Read More]


These Are Not Normal Times

January 22, 2017 Dan Rather

These are not normal times. These are extraordinary times. And extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures. When you have a spokesperson for the president of the United States wrap up a lie in the Orwellian phrase “alternative facts”… When you [Read More]