If we can’t even discuss the critical issues affecting our everyday lives with the very people we love and cherish the most, then who can we talk to?
Hillary Clinton’s attacks were a gift to a struggling candidate who has made running against an establishment elite the centerpiece of her campaign.
A rare and special joy is watching a left-winger get red-pilled in real-time, in public, right before all our eyes. This seems to be the case with Marianne Williamson.
The next Democratic debate is coming up soon, and it would be a great opportunity to push the candidates on their views on abortion.
By sowing contempt for cherished traditions and replacing them with nihilism and a theology of self-will, Episcopal Bishop Pike’s legacy includes the growing spiritual vacuum in today’s America.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate and self-help author Marianne Williamson has found politics to be a bizarre world.
While Democrats mock the “thoughts and prayers” offered in the aftermath of the latest mass shooting in Texas, Marianne Williamson stands out from the crowd, criticizing elitist “mockery” of sincerely held religious beliefs.
2020 Democratic White House hopeful and self-help author Marianne Williamson has a point: America needs more love, now more than ever.
The Marianne Williamson campaign released a statement saying the DNC is using only 11 polls, not the promised 18, to determine a candidate’s debate qualifications.
Any similarities to candidate comments made after this article has published is merely evidence of the author’s clairvoyance.
Mike Gravel threw his support behind U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) Tuesday but announced later he will also support U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii).
Former Sen. Mike Gravel, who ended his presidential campaign last week, has announced his support for Sen. Bernie Sanders for the 2020 Democratic nomination.
Williamson’s rhetoric reaches an audience of millions of voters hungry for a new kind of ‘religious left’ to act as a counterweight to the ‘religious right’ that has dominated the discussion of religion in politics
Ten candidates seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination took to the stage Tuesday night in an event that largely focused on policy.
Far from being a one-off weirdo, Williamson stands for a growing constituency of Americans: urban, somewhat educated, mostly female, youngish, a-religious and spiritually hungry.
Republicans and Democrats alike have found common ground on a bipartisan issue — making fun of Marianne Williamson via memes.
During the first round of debates, viewership hit 15.3 million from NBC, MSNBC, and Telemundo, while night two brought in a record-breaking 18.1 million.
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