Fact-finding endeavors like the impeachment hearings highlight our inability to keep an open mind. From confirmation bias to selective perception, we possess all sorts of bulwarks for our beliefs.
Just as tolerance cannot tolerate intolerance, the possibility of free speech must be forcibly maintained and policed according to some limits.
US democracy has always been about striking the proper balance between individual freedoms and the popular will.
Is the filibuster the linchpin holding it all together or a relic from a bygone era holding us back?
At the March For Our Lives, young people stood front and center in the fight against gun violence in America.
The call for civil discourse is often disingenuous, and finding a neutral ground for debate is difficult in practice. What does 'civility' mean, and what does it not mean?
Self-funding one's political campaign seems like a noble endeavor, but it also raises a host of concerns.
What is it about us and our politics that makes us so susceptible to tales of enchantment and intrigue?
The similarities between the two figures raise questions about misogyny and hypocrisy.
Despite Barack Obama's attempts to brand himself as a post-racial president, Gabriel Andrade argues that the first black presidency fell victim to the identity politics damaging American society.