Two left-of-the-left organizing events on the fringes of the DNC present a forked path: Should the alt-left organize with Dems, or go their own way? Read More
Bill Clinton deconstructed, then reconstructed, Hillary Clinton's public legacy in Philadelphia Tuesday night, deriding right-wing attacks as cartoonish. Read More
How the right-wing media and a small band of activists turned Irving into a hotbed of hatred.
Glenn Beck turns to Beth Van Duyne, the mayor of Irving, his face lit with his signature mixture of excitement and manic alarm. “Let me just propose a theory,” he says. Just a week earlier, Ahmed Mohamed, a local teen … Read More
Corruption and clownish behavior on the right could open doors for left-leaning leaders, but Texas Dems will have to work hard to get their act together. Read More
The presidential race is the marquee contest at the Republican Party of Texas convention this year, but another race really says more about where Texas Republicans are: the battle for party leadership. Friday, delegates will vote on whether to retain … Read More