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Why Four Firearm Owners Keep Sticking to Their Guns

And they want to make it clear: armed and safe, not armed and dangerous.

“Kings” Passes Bechdel Test, Drowns in Design

In the new play by Sarah Burgess, hyper-aggro sound design nearly ruins the storytelling.

The Year of Empowered Women

We aren't stopping with a march or two. We are a force. We are going to win.

4 Forces Ready to Fight for DREAMers and Save DACA

How Business Leaders and Politicians have Responded to Trumps Attack on Immigrants

Impeachment? Resignation? Scenarios for an Orange Elephant

Does alt-right violence make Trump's impeachment or resignation more attainable?

Mass Shooting: One Nation Under Verbal, Violent Assault

We all should agree that politicizing a mass shooting is despicable.

Sarah Palin’s Gift to America: Our Incoherent President

How could a barely literate person get in the White House? Two words: Sarah Palin.

US Strike on Syria: Meaningless, Impotent, Illegitimate?

The lame and awkward gesture raises questions about U.S. intentions.

Advocacy: How You Can Save Arts and Culture for America

Advocacy can be pay to play.

Rural America: Why We Must Fight for the NEA

Tell me the story of the arts in your community.

Super Trump: The Capped Crusader from Queens

Never mind facts or Trump being called a liar for the 4,000,000th time.

The Cascading Effects of Government Cuts

Cuts will not be offset by additional spending at the state level.

Simplifying Trump and Seeing His Future

Will Donald Trump's Cohn Core Principles work in governing?

The Art That Could Decorate Donald Trump’s Wall

The creative possibilities would be endless.

Ryan, McConnell, Trump to Our Military Vets: Screw You

Don’t just tell us you are grateful for our service, show us.

Social Security: Still a Powerful Weapon for Democrats

Democrats should shout: "Social Security is yours to keep, not theirs to take!"

My President, My Problem

"Not my cockroach."

56 State Arts Agencies Face the Death of the NEA

Is our arts advocacy strategy good enough?

In 2017, Water Had Better Become Your Top Concern

Gloomy water projections, both globally and in U.S., show need for citizen action.

Trump as a Symptom of Society Undone

Almost half the people . . . voted for the poster child for public indecency.
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