Voices
Brandon Sanchez is a Joseph A. O’Hare fellow at America.
Arts & Culture Theater
Brandon SanchezMarch 08, 2019
“His story is so triumphal in the sense of what he was eventually able to do,” responding to persecution and oppression with an outpouring of love.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Brandon SanchezMarch 04, 2019
On a snowy Saturday in Flatbush, the snowy-haired independent senator from Vermont kicked off his second bid for president.
President Donald Trump delivers his State of the Union address on Feb. 5 to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, as Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi watch. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Politics & Society News
Brandon SanchezFebruary 06, 2019
In his 82-minute address, President Trump devoted much of his time to attacks on illegal immigration, but he also called for a ban on late-term abortion and for family leave legislation.
Arts & Culture Ideas
Brandon SanchezJanuary 31, 2019
When I was 19 years old, a production company paid me to attend the Super Bowl.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Brandon SanchezJanuary 20, 2019
In cities across the country, local activists marched in support of a progressive agenda centered on economic justice, racial justice and immigrant rights.
Arts & Culture Books
Brandon SanchezJanuary 18, 2019
In her new memoir, The Truths We Hold: An American Journey, Senator Kamala D. Harris, Democrat of California, positions herself as an underdog, a savvy “top cop” and, most of all, Shyamala Gopalan’s daughter.
Faith Dispatches
Brandon SanchezJanuary 15, 2019
Women served as deacons in Europe for about a millennium in a variety of ministerial and sacramental roles.
Arts & Culture Music
Brandon SanchezJanuary 02, 2019
“Performing makes me feel vividly alive.”
Arts & Culture Art
Brandon SanchezDecember 27, 2018
A bleak alchemy is and always has been at work in the United States, binding documented whoppers to a wider, wilder paranoia.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Brandon SanchezDecember 10, 2018
Newly appointed Justice Brett Kavanaugh takes part in the argument over death-penalty methods that may cause “gruesome and brutal pain.”