According to conventional wisdom, Donald Trump's xenophobia is a cruder form of a trait we all share because it's built into our human nature.
The protesters marching on Inauguration Weekend outnumbered those gathered to celebrate Trump by at least 10 to 1.
The women's marches were the beginning, not the end, and it does no good to chastise participants for not being "woke" enough.
In a foreshock of the revolution to come, Russian socialists called for a protest strike on the anniversary of a previous uprising.
At a union strategy conference in Illinois, AFSCME members were admonished for not putting more effort into a losing strategy.
A torrent of humanity flooded through cities around the country to express their anger at Donald Trump--but also their joy at finding one another.
A panel discussion on the night Trump took power focused on the threat he represents and the status quo that got us into this mess.
Trump says he's giving power back to the people, but those "people" are the super-rich who footed the bill for his inauguration.
The first actions of the Trump administration proved that he couldn't care less about the "ordinary people" he claims to speak for.
We pledge to do everything in our power to make sure the inauguration protests mark not the high point, but the starting point of the anti-Trump resistance.
Obama's stature will grow with each passing day under his successor, but the fact is his presidency paved the way for Trump.
Thousands of people are asking whether it's time to join the socialists in order to resist Trump--and the system that gave rise to him in the first place.
Betsy DeVos, Trump's choice for secretary of education, is a pro-charter conservative who wants to gut public education.
The same politicians and media outlets shouting about Russian hackers are ignoring obvious evidence of racist voter suppression.
This recently formed right-wing campus group says it wants a "dialogue," but what it really wants is to spread its bigoted ideas.
Striking workers at Momentive Performance Materials went to New York to rally at the offices of the company's hedge fund owner.
The face of sexual assault and contempt for women is also the face of the next president, but the anti-sexist majority can send Trump a message.
The allegations of Russian interference in the presidential election have caused a number of strange flip-flops in U.S. politics.
What's happening in México is a result of an accumulation of outrages committed by the regime of President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Israel's apartheid regime is the root cause of the truck attack that killed four Israeli soldiers in Jerusalem in early January.
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