Voting is one of the simplest and most powerful things you can do to take and affirm your own power. It is radical. It is easy. And they don’t want you to do it.
After the summer of protests for racial justice, the streets seem a lot quieter. Where have the white allies gone now that the work must be done?
As Americans, we love to posture as a tough, resilient nation. But the pandemic has revealed who we really are: selfish, weak-kneed children.
On the eve of Amy Coney Barrett’s hearings, we lament the passing of feminist hero Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a plea to expecting parents.
Never forget the American Dream. The money. The power. The haves and have-nots. It’s is as American as apple pie, but you never got a slice.
Ever notice how those right-wingers who are so scared of lawlessness are awfully quiet about the Kenosha killer? How’s that?
Our two lovable Iowa correspondents—Jesse Stone & David Borger-Germann—report on their state’s very un-lovable response to the pandemic.
The global community is facing many problems right now, which are only made worse by the division among us. Solving that might just save the world.
With no national strategy for facing COVID-19, states have implemented their own. For Iowa, that means a complete failure in pandemic response. Here’s why.