Democrats have a lot to celebrate after the midterms, but it’s not all good news. David DeAngelo breaks down the take-aways from the 2018 elections.
Dear high school acquaintance. We may share a lot of [NOUN] about politics, but your [ADJECTIVE] expectations turn me into a very MAD LIBeral.
Voting is easy, like the ABCs/ So don’t mess it up, we beg of you, please/ Erin wrote a poem so don’t miss the boat/ Today is the day! Go out and VOTE!
White supremacy is as much an issue today as it was before the Civil War or the Civil Rights Era. So, yes, VOTE your values. But then the work continues.
Senator Ted Cruz doesn’t know much about climate change. But what he does know is his opinion, which conforms to ExxonMobil. Because, TEXAS!
Christine Blasey Ford’s high school memories awakened one J. had long stored away. All hail the one-piece bathing suit, the 20th Century’s chastity belt.
Jessica made a choice. Now, with all eyes on an imminent Supreme Court appointment & how it may affect Roe v Wade, she’s making a choice to share her story.
Of all the weird parents, there’s only one who crosses the line over and over. And he happens to be president. To Ivanka and Donald Trump, with creepy love.
They said it was a marathon, not a sprint. But everyone is already exhausted. Thomas Viehe with an all-too real portrait of the resistance in 2018.