When Nevadans mispronounce their state’s name for over a century, the mispronunciation becomes the correct pronunciation.
Since Columbus Day was first proclaimed in 1892, we’ve discovered a lot more about our least favorite non-discover.
In awarding the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize to Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos, the Nobel Committee seems to think the peace talks are a one-man show.
What I learned about Trump’s “basket of deplorables.”
“Valeria and Cristina couldn’t go on living together, not in any healthy way. One of them had to get rid of the other.”
With a Trump presidency being a nonstarter and Hillary’s questionable record, Green Party candidate Jill Stein is the clear choice for progressive voters.
Why the trouble with the Latino vote is more than an issue of low turnout.
A Chicago expat reflects on the closing of Cafeteria Marianao in Logan Square and the healing powers of a sandwich.
There are plenty of reasons to oppose the Clinton campaign, none of which have to do with gender.
Why the worst case scenario is inevitable.
By Hector Luis Alamo on July 20, 2016
Prof. Cornel West gives one of clearest explanations for why progressives shouldn’t vote for Hillary (or Trump).
By Hector Luis Alamo on July 19, 2016
King was responding to Charles Pierce of Esquire magazine, who criticized the lack of diversity at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.