Sometimes a single image can speak much louder than words, and this piece of art by 19-year-old student Emma Krenzer doesn't just speak to us. It yells at us. The purpose of the piece, which Emma made for an art class at Nebraska Wesleyan University, is to show us the aftermath of sexual assault, and as you can see, it's as powerful as it is shocking.
Everyone has a right to know, and anyone seeking to lead our country should be fully transparent with voters. Like the other two candidates, you must immediately release your tax returns to help voters make an informed choice for President
Claudette Colvin "Claudette Colvin (born September is a pioneer of the African-American civil rights movement. She was the first person to resist bus segregation in Montgomery, Alabama, preceding the better known Rosa Parks incident by nine months.
Outrageous: Attorney General Jeff Sessions lied under oath about his ties to Russia. Congress must demand that he resign and insist on an independent investigation into ties between Donald Trump and the Russian government.