Monthly Archives: December 2019

Is the impeachment craze just a new Fundamentalism?

Last week, as almost everybody now knows, the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to impeach President Trump. First, the House voted, 230 to 197, to impeach the President for “abuse of power,” and then, shortly thereafter, a slightly narrower margin of 229 to 198 voted to impeach Trump for having “obstructed Congress.” What explains the […]

There’s only one way Bernie can win

I love Bernie. Of course, I do. I’m a Millennial. Born into a white middle-class suburban family in 1986, I graduated college in 2008, tumbling out of sixteen years of education into one of the worst economic climates in decades. Today, after a decade of us “rebounding” from the Recession, there are now more places […]