When it comes to the Republican party of today, the press is not asking the right questions.
100 Days To Go: The Light at the End of a Very Dark Tunnel
With only 100 days left to Election Day, let’s take a moment to reflect on this moment.
The Week’s Best Cartoons: Trump’s Goons
Here’s how the nation’s editorial cartoonists responded to the biggest news story of the week.
Sunday Reading: The Significance of the Impeachment Vote
I know you’re busy. So on Sundays here at Political⚡Charge, I like to recommend just a few articles I think are really smart and/or thought-provoking that I believe you all might enjoy as well. And in case you want just… Read More ›
What To Do as Authoritarianism Knocks on America’s Door
This last week has made me more scared for our country than I’ve felt in a while. Yes, impeachment is coming but the way the president, his associates throughout our (yes, OUR) government, and his supporters are responding is frankly,… Read More ›
Republican Poltroons Defile Democracy in North Carolina
The Republicans have shown their cards. They are, without a doubt, enemies of democracy. What can we say about a party that stays silent in the face of growing authoritarianism? Or one that actively subverts democracy to get their way?… Read More ›
Sunday Reading: Articles That Caught My Eye
Every week I come across articles that I find interesting and that I think will be interesting to folks who like what I do here at Political⚡Charge. Here are this week’s recommendations. When Politics Fails, Call the Lawyers This is… Read More ›
Saturday Morning Cartoons 7/6
Here are the nation’s great editorial cartoonists responding to this week’s top news stories. Trump in North Korea By Bob Rogers By Darrin Bell, King Features syndicate By Peter Broelman By Michael Ramirez, Las Vegas Review-Journal… Read More ›
What Does the House Intelligence Committee Do?
Congress is supposed to serve as a check and balance on the President and federal agencies (not to mention the Judiciary). We didn’t see a lot of that when the Republicans were in the majority, but now with the Democrats… Read More ›
Sunday Reading: What Caught My Eye This Week
Sometimes the flow of bite-sized news stories are where I’m at. And at other times, longer reads that delve into a topic are exactly what I need. Here are four pieces that I found thought-provoking this week: What if the… Read More ›