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The Trump Administration Still Has No Plan to Reunite Families It Tore Apart

Zoë Carpenter

The 2,300 children who have been taken from their parents face a tangled legal process and a shortage of lawyers to help them through it.

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It's Time for HBCUs to Address Homophobia and Transphobia on Their Campuses

Sherri Williams

While there are more than 100 historically black colleges and universities in the country, only three have LGBT student centers.

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Donald Trump's Trade Wars Could Lead to the Next Great Depression

Nomi Prins

And we'll be the ones who pay the price.

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David Garcia's Bid for Governor Is the Key to Turning Arizona Blue

Steve Phillips

Like Stacey Abrams in Georgia, Garcia has the potential to turn out the rising electorate.

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Comix Nation

Jen Sorensen


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Letters From the July 16-23, 2018, Issue

Our Readers

Solidarity forever... The only way home... Naming, shaming...

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Obama Envy

Calvin Trillin


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Puzzle No. 3470

Joshua Kosman and Henri Picciotto


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War Is Coming

Steve Brodner

The Iran deal is a bus shelter for Bibi.

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What Will the State Look Like in an Era of Ecological Disaster?

Alyssa Battistoni

Hobbes for an age of accelerated climate change.


 


 


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June 21: Trump Crosses a Big Line in Talking About Immigrants
Here at TDS we try occasionally to police extremist language. It’s hard to keep up with Trump’s crude and violent rhetoric, but sometimes he crosses the most obvious lines, as I noted at New York: [Trump’s rhetoric] is really, ...
Trump Crosses a Big Line In Talking About Immigrants
Here at TDS we try occasionally to police extremist language. It’s hard to keep up with Trump’s crude and violent rhetoric, but sometimes he crosses the most obvious lines, as I noted at New York: [Trump’s rhetoric] is really, ...
Teixeira: Dems Can Leverage Wedge Between Trump's Base and the Rest of GOP
The following post by Ruy Teixeira, author of The Optimistic Leftist and other works of political analysis, is cross-posted from his blog: Stan Greenberg has an important new article out in the New York Times online. His core argument, backed up by ...
June 15: Trump Losing Ground in Key 2016 Heartland States
Any time new state-by-state data about Trump’s popularity comes out, I am very focused on those once-blue “Heartland” states that shocked the world in 2016 and lifted him to the presidency. So I wrote about some new Morning Consult ...
Trump Losing Ground in Key 2016 Heartland States
Any time new state-by-state data about Trump’s popularity comes out, I am very focused on those once-blue “Heartland” states that shocked the world in 2016 and lifted him to the presidency. So I wrote about some new Morning Consult ...
June 14: Democrats Gradually Improving November Prospects
The defeat of Mark Sanford got most of the headlines on the evening of the June 12 round of primaries. But the broader impact on the general election battlegrounds should be noted, as I observed at New York: In ...
Democrats Gradually Improving November Prospects
The defeat of Mark Sanford got most of the headlines on the evening of the June 12 round of primaries. But the broader impact on the general election battlegrounds should be noted, as I observed at New York: In ...
How Dems Can Walk and Chew Gum at the Same Time
The following posts, “Democrats Should Be Able to Walk Down the Street and Chew Gum at the Same Time” and “More on How Democrats Can Walk Down the Street and Chew Gum at the Same Time” by Ruy Teixeira, author of ...

 
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