Yesterday was one of the dumbest days of the presidential campaign — a high bar!
He is not the first candidate to cry illegitimacy.
Her very presence on the stage tonight was a testament to the speed (and difficulty) with which the world has changed.
Taking a cue from Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton signaled that he’s ready for the role of the brilliant and hugely overqualified presidential helpmate.
It wasn’t just one of the most ingenious convention speeches ever given by a political spouse, it was one of the finest convention speeches, period.
The evidence shows Trump himself, and certainly the GOP, wants to return women to a subservient past.
Both the Republican Party and its media arm are being brought down by the public exposure of the subjugation on which their success was built.
The horrific connection between terrorism and domestic violence.
The stew of instability, fear, and hate is chillingly familiar.
Cheer up, electoral Eeyores.
A flailing Trump does not assuage liberal panic in the slightest.
The battle lines are being drawn.
Ambition is only a problem when it shows up in women.
Women and men will both be entitled to 12 paid weeks off.
The first nominated female candidate against the face of American misogyny.
The most powerful voter this year, who in her rapidly increasing numbers has become an entirely new category of citizen, is the single American woman.
With a push from the O.J. mini-series, the ’90s bogeywoman is set to become a feminist icon.
It may work for Bernie, but no one likes a woman who yells loudly about revolution.
She’s about to become the first female host of a late-night satirical news show. She wants to make damn sure she’s not the last.
Her call to repeal the ban on federal funding for abortion is a big deal.