Sally Kohn says conservative justices who have increasingly sided with corporate America just chipped away more at the ability to form and keep unions.
Sally Kohn says Eric Cantor's surprising loss doesn't necessarily mean what you think it means.
Sally Kohn wonders how John McCain gets away with his constant flip-flops. He was in favor of a prisoner swap for Bowe Bergdahl, she says, then was against it
Why not? says Sally Kohn of speculation that Michelle Obama's recent high profile might presages a Senate run.
Sally Kohn says despite the progress we've made, there is still much discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Sally Kohn says she never wanted to grow up to be June Cleaver. But then Gidget came along in the '60s, sassy and independent, a taste of the revolution to come.
Sally Kohn says the GM recall and Toyota settlement show why the private sector doesn't operate in the public interest, and why government is more trustworthy.
Sally Kohn says students who object to the views of commencement speakers should welcome them to campus and then protest.
Sally Kohn says the Supreme Court's McCutcheon ruling will allow the rich to influence our nation's political process even more with unlimited spending.
Sally Kohn says over time, not even the most partisan Republicans will be able to attack Obamacare.
Sally Kohn says what happened in Benghazi was a tragedy, not a scandal, and no amount of Republican witch hunting or wishful thinking will make it otherwise
Sally Kohn says how refreshing to see not just another cat-in-a-cardboard-box video (though she loves them, too) but a cat being brave and saving the day.