'Although we wish [Trump] could have seen our flag in person, we believe that he still got the message,' activist said
One might live their whole life and not read a piece by the Editorial Board of a major metropolitan newspaper encouraging protesters to flood the streets, but that is exactly what the board of the LA Times did today under the lede “Our Dishonest...
From the artist: 'My grandmother emigrated to this country from Italy and sewed American Flags for a living. Since the election, I have been hand stitching this protest quilt'
A new movement is aiming to mail at least 1 million postcards to President Donald Trump on Wednesday, March 15—historically dubbed "the Ides of March" and known as the day Julius Caesar was assassinated—to show "the man, the media, and the politicians how vast our numbers are...to make it irrefutable that the president's claim of wide support is a farce."
Donald Trump presents a silver lining that may be the panacea for a red state like Texas—and other red states, as well. In an odd kind of way, Trump just may be the catalyst the progressive ...
President Donald Trump belittled engaged constituents on Twitter Tuesday evening, dismissing those who are showing up to local town hall meetings nationwide as "so-called angry crowds."
While we acknowledge that Donald Trump holds the current title, the policies he's trying to put in place are not the beliefs shared by the majority of the people.
A rally in support of impeaching President Donald Trump got under at noon on Monday in Atlanta, continuing a President Day’s weekend of similar gatherings across the nation.
Amidst growing pushback against the Trump administration's immigration crackdown, more than ten thousand people marched in Milwaukee on Monday to resist the wave of deportations and immigration raids sweeping the country.