Views My Own

Republicans Are Outraged About the Deficit They Caused

To pay for their tax breaks for the rich, they want to take healthcare from the poor.
Harry Cheadle
3 days ago
true crime

How Men in Prison Reacted to Brett Kavanaugh's Confirmation

"The hypocrisy in this country, and in our leaders, is astounding."
Seth Ferranti
3 days ago
foreign policy

The Foreign Office Is Full of Colonial Relics

A visit to the home of UK diplomacy showed me that the Foreign Office is more colonial throwback than modern workplace.
Phil Miller
4 days ago
The British Dream

The Tories Are Hot For Labour

Our politics podcast rips into Theresa May's conference speech.
Simon Childs
Views My Own

Donald Trump Is Now America's Worst Newspaper Columnist

His 'USA Today' op-ed about healthcare is full of bizarre falsehoods.
Harry Cheadle

The Mysterious Link Between Boris Johnson, Booster Seats and Brexit

Is the former foreign secretary driven by an unhealthy crusade against basic safety measures?
Tom Whyman
Views My Own

The Great Economy Can't Save Republicans from Trump

The unpopular president is going to make life miserable for Republicans everywhere as the midterms approach.
Matt Taylor
supreme court

We're Watching the Slow Poisoning of the Supreme Court

Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation was unusually contentious and bitter, but it wasn't an aberration.
Harry Cheadle

That Was Then, This Is Too

The parallels between the experiences of Anita Hill and Christine Blasey Ford have left many who lived through both wondering what world they’re looking at now.
Danielle Tcholakian

Pro-Trump Poll: A Huge Chunk of Trump Supporters Are Basically Leftists

Buried in a poll meant to show support for the president are some pretty interesting numbers.
Harry Cheadle

Socialism Is Incredibly Popular but Does Anyone Know What 'Socialism' Is?

We asked a bunch of socialists what their vision of America would look like.
Geoff Dembicki

Female Rage Has Fuelled America's Greatest Political Movements

Rebecca Traister, author of 'Good and Mad' discusses the power of women's rage.
Nicole Clark