Trump is #45 but Pence is #48 – and other strange consequences of the curious office of vice president.
In 1868, equal protection under the law was granted to every born and naturalized U.S. citizen—no exceptions. That's radical, says Van Jones.
Democracies can fail. They usually do. Van Jones on how America might become functional again.
A recent poll shows a third of Americans think another civil war is likely. How worried should we be?
There are a lot of tough conversations that stand between where America is now and "liberty and justice for all," says Van Jones.
The amount of political disagreement in the nation is matched only by righteous indignation. But in order to disagree without disrespecting each other, we need to look hard at our own positions.
Both Republicans and Democrats blame the poor on each side, creating a terrible dissonance in our politics and in our nation's psyche.
You know you’ve gone off the deep end when the human incarnation of Darth Vader says your proposal “goes against everything we stand for and believe in.”
Like a greyhound race, politics is a competition. And as the rabbit keeps moving ahead, the greyhounds are incentivized to keep chasing. Consistency bias is simply the failure to admit that's what we're doing.