Americans are overwhelmingly dissatisfied our country’s political system, and it’s starting to show.
You get no bonus points for saying what everyone else already knows.
In the climate change war, science is losing the messaging battle. It’s time to embrace the war on coal.
Yesterday, John announced that, after over a decade spent working tirelessly as a leading advocate and activist in the LGBT community, he is leaving AMERICAblog to blaze new trails ...
Slate writer Jamelle Bouie doesn’t think we need to ask candidates about evolution. Here’s why he’s wrong.
One of Stephen Colbert’s best segments, IMHO, on climate-change-denier Inhofe taking over Enviro committee.
My good friend Ben Finzel works as a communications consultant specializing on clean energy issues. Ben recently wrote an article about how poor messaging on climate change is hindering ...
Is there “burnable carbon”? Economist Kelton says there better be, because we’re not stopping.
Cruickshank would “Tea Party” Democrats to get better candidates, especially in primaries, and act from strength.
Rep. Keith Ellison ties climate change & ending the carbon industry with the idea of service and his Muslim faith.
The climate deniers are admitting the climate is changing. Now they’re denying responsibility for the cost.
GOP candidate from Louisiana (where else?) says climate change is a hoax, and she’s a birther too.
Making MI-11 candidate Nancy Skinner a winner on climate makes climate a winner. Can you help? Primary is Aug 5.