A 2013 Supreme Court decision opened the door for voter suppression, and Republicans took full advantage. To counteract them, we must pass a new Voting Rights Act.
A roundup of the best political cartoons covering this week’s biggest news stories.
Most of the national news focuses on politics in DC, but it’s really important to pay attention to what’s happening in your state legislature. Bad behavior by the GOP is growing there.
Get caught up on the important points made on the first day of Trump’s second impeachment trial.
Here are the biggest concerns of Political Charge readers for 2021.
A collection of editorial cartoons covering this week’s biggest news stories.
The 2016 election unleashed a torrent of activism, mostly because people realized being unengaged with politics was a terrible idea. Yet, four years later, that lesson feels like it’s already been forgotten.
The second impeachment trial for Trump in the Senate starts on Monday. Here’s the info you need to make the case as to why Senators should convict him.
A selection of my favorite editorial cartoons from this past week.
Here’s everything you need to know about the filibuster: what it is, why it’s in the news, why people want to both keep it and nuke it, and more.
It’s been 3 years since I started Political Charge with a mission to inspire Democratic voters to take political action. I’m so happy that we are in such a stronger position than when I started! But of course, there is… Read More ›
The best editorial cartoons from the week that brought us the end of Trump and the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
There is still a lot of work to do to protect our country and democracy, but the road looks so much brighter ahead.
Fun facts and information you’ll want to know to fully enjoy Biden and Harris’ inauguration today.
Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. with a quote seems terribly insufficient. Here are my thoughts on how we can honor him properly, especially considering where this country is right now.
The final cartoon roundup of the Trump era is here.
Now that Trump has been impeached again, he must face a trial in the Senate. But the trial happening so close to Inauguration Day, there are a lot of questions. Here are some answers.
Today the House of Representatives will vote to impeach the president for a second time. The calculus is completely different this time around.
An open letter to the Republican Party following the insurrection and siege of the Capitol this past Wednesday.
A bonus roundup of editorial cartoons to cover the election news out of Georgia.