Trump rallies have shown us that hordes of otherwise ordinary-seeming Americans--most of whom are Caucasian males--have no shared values or human decency. Sure, this presidential candidate knows how to stoke their xenophobic and misogynistic rage. But he couldn't stoke what wasn't already there.
Arenas are not voting booths.
It questions the extent to which Trump can be held personally responsible for violence allegedly committed by his staff.
People who are protesting Donald Trump's events are not infringing on his First Amendment rights or his speech in any way. If Donald Trump decides to shut down his events (because of his own reckless past speech and what it has inspired in his followers) that is his choice.
New research shows that Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders actually have something in common.
This is not the Rubicon you're looking for.
A white Trump supporter was arrested for sucker-punching a black protester last week.
This is not a coincidence.