The Equivocator-in-Chief

The president is a master at moral equivocation. As local activists set sights on the Rizzo statue, let’s answer him by making it a teachable moment

By Larry Platt

The Art of Misdirection

Donald Trump’s attack on transgender rights is an attempt to create political chaos. It’s from an all-too-familiar playbook

By Jeremy Nowak

Guest Commentary: What Does Success Mean, Mr. President?

A local rabbi calls on President Trump to remember the interests of his supporters, to make America greater for all

By Seymour Rosenbloom

Trump’s War on the Press

Making the media into the “opposition party” comes from a familiar playbook

By David A. Love

Trump And The Jews

Josh Shapiro’s surreal White House experience last week is part of a trend—and we can't remain silent about it

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner

President Trump, we’re holding a place setting for you

By Seth Berger

The Bully-in-Chief

Is Donald Trump responsible for an increase in school bullying?

By David A. Love

Answering Trump: The University and The City

In a series responding to Trump’s election, a Drexel professor imagines three local game-changing initiatives. This week: Government internships for all college students

By Richardson Dilworth

Inauguration Blues

The Philly congressional delegation’s boycott was wrong and hypocritical. But it’s not too late to be constructive

By Larry Platt

Silver Lining Or Wishful Thinking?

Trump’s election might just bring progressives together more than ever before

By David A. Love