We're debating the description of forced extrajudicial detainment of a rhetorically demonized racial minority in harsh, punitive conditions.
As the 2020 elections ramp up, it's worth considering the consequences of foreign interference. Particularly when the president seems unable to hide his openness to committing a crime.
Democrats have always relied on the justices' respect for precedent to keep Roe v. Wade intact. But that respect may be waning.
A few years ago, the authorities would never have backed down in this way. And the people would have put up with it — but not now.
It's ultimately fine, but another pop star with her money, management and friends could've given us better than this.