The rise of authoritarianism around the world, and the solidarity shown between authoritarian leaders, have many supporters of democracy worried.
In less than a month, Republicans will likely take over the House of Representatives, and possibly the Senate too. But even if they don’t win, they’ll still win—that is, if the almost 300 GOP election deniers seeking federal and statewide offices have anything to say about it.
Monarchy and hereditary privilege have no place in a modern, democratic society. Now that Queen Elizabeth II is dead, it’s time to bury them.
About half of all Americans believe that “there will be a civil war in the United States in [their] lifetime,” and that the nation will “cease to be a democracy” soon.
At some point, it’s not possible for an increasingly multicultural, progressive, and urban society to continue acquiescing to a dwindling population of old white conservatives living in rural states. Something has got to give.
When you let people who don’t believe in democracy take power, you get moves toward minority rule.
The Republicans have a radical vision for America. Just don’t call it patriotism or democracy, writes Daniel Cubias.
The younger generations are becoming less religious, and we can thank the Republican Party for that