The New York City Mayor discusses the anti-poverty agenda that he has set into motion in the “big city.”
The Texas Senator and Republican Presidential Candidate discusses the vision for his campaign.
The former NBA star and current mayor of Sacramento discusses the upcoming U.S. Conference of Mayors convention.
The President of the Council on Foreign Relations discusses the current state of American foreign policy, and elaborates on his assessment that we are currently in an “era of disorder.”
The longest serving Independent member in Congressional history discusses what he thinks is missing — from both the left and the right — in the run-up to 2016.
Crenshaw and Levitt assess the Supreme Court’s affirmative action ruling and issues in other major cases.
With a pending decision from the federal government, the Voter ID law in Texas could reduce the
number of eligible voters by 600,000 people.
When it comes to civility, is the U.S. really doing any better spiritually or morally today than in the time of its forefathers? Join the conversation with our blogger Sean Nixon.
Senior writer for Salon.com Rebecca Traister, whose first book Big Girls Don’t Cry traces the pivotal campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin in the 2008 presidential election cycle, talked to Tavis about how the political landscape has changed for women in America in the past two years. But in a second conversation that continued […]
This post was first published at VeniceforChange.com. I have a tiny, 750 square-foot house. But I’ve somehow made room for one of those enormous Obama “Hope” posters. You know the one. You’ve seen it a million times. This one sits framed in my kitchen. On it are the signatures of many of the volunteers I […]