When Congress passed the National Security Act in 1947, it did so to protect American democracy from the growing power of the U.S. military. World War II had just ended, and Americans saw the danger of fascist states in which national government, military power, and
As the excellent Indivisible Guide points out, it is essential for Americans to hold their leaders to account, especially when they make poor decisions. An especially poor decision by President-Elect Donald Trump has been to nominate Senator Jeff Sessions as Attorney General. This week, as
If Jeff Flake can’t make up his mind, faced with the clear moral decision about whether to vote for Donald Trump, how can the people of Arizona trust him to make more subtle choices on their behalf in the United States Senate?