"I actually think he was sincere."
It was easy, of course, to ignore the second-guessing when the plan was proving fruitful. But after the first debate, the
I've been thinking about the tears of joy, that feeling of choking up, the chill up the back of the neck, of sympathy and empathy, for a few decades.
We are crying because grandmas who were born into segregation and fought for the right to vote not just as women, but also as black Americans voted for our next president.