So often we catch people doing things wrong but really the best way to motivate people and to create a positive world view that gets people active is the catch people doing something right. Thom would like you to catch someone in your family, community or life doing something right.
As the explosive allegations against Donald Trump pile up, is impeachment now a real possibility?
Even as he headed to Saudi Arabia for his first foreign trip as commander-in-chief, Donald Trump couldn't escape the growing stench of scandal surrounding his administration.
If you're looking for someone to blame for turning American democracy into the circus show it's become - Roger Ailes - who died yesterday - is your guy.
Predictably, many in the mainstream media are already talking about how complicated he was - how his flaws were balanced out by his talents.
But the truth is much - much simpler.
With reports emerging that Donald Trump told James Comey to drop the investigation into Michael Flynn, is the president now in serious danger of being impeached?
Just 4 months into the Trump administration, impeachment is already the subject of serious conversations in Washington, DC and beyond.
All over the Western world right now, neoliberalism - or Reaganism - is failing.
Decades of rising inequality combined with austerity and manufacturing decline have reached a breaking point.
People everywhere are fed up with the status quo - and they want change.
After spending a year-and-a-half calling for Hillary Clinton to be sent to jail for disclosing classified information, Donald Trump now appears to be guilty of doing just that.
Is time to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove him from office?
Everybody knows that Donald Trump can't keep his mouth shut.
But has gift for gab now opened the door to impeachment?.
The Donald Trump-James Comey story just keeps getting weirder.
Since election day, Donald Trump has explained his popular vote loss to Hillary Clinton by claiming that millions of people committed voter fraud and cast their ballots illegally.
This is a lie, but it's what the Nazis called a "big lie" - a lie you repeat enough times that people start believing it's true.
The Justice Department has turned to segregation era court rulings to defend Donald Trump's Muslim ban.
Seriously - I'm not kidding.
They've really stooped that low.
Just one guffaw - that's all it took for Desiree Fairooz to go from a children's librarian and activist to someone facing serious jail time.
I'm not kidding here.
Back in January, Fairooz was arrested and removed from a Senate hearing after laughing at someone who said Jeff Sessions would treat all Americans equally.
If signed into law, the so-called "healthcare reform" bill that passed the House last week would cause tens of millions of Americans to lose their health insurance - literally kill thousands of people - and leave thousands more in debt.
In the American media, the 2017 French presidential election has been portrayed as a rehash of the 2016 US presidential election, with far-right populist Marine Le Pen playing the role of Donald Trump and her opponent - centrist Emmanuel Macron - standing in for Hillary Clinton.
While Democrats are jubilant that the GOP passed a terrible healthcare/tax-cut bill through the House, which they think will cause voters to reject the GOP in 2018, it's a very, very premature celebration.
Our Constitution Vs. the Deep State Run by Intelligence Agencies and the Pentagon — Only One Will Survive
It is virtually impossible to read a newspaper or a blog analyzing the politics of America in 2017 without thinking "disaster." Since Donald Trump became president not just the United States, but the world, has become unstable and liberal democracies in general are under assault by antidemocratic authoritarian forces.
Teddy Roosevelt walked softly and carried a big stick.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, is doing the exact opposite - he's walking loudly and carrying a soft stick.
So when he threatens to kill the filibuster and shut down the government, should any of us really take him seriously?