politics

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

The Right-Wing Media Can't Quit Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

I spent 24 hours reading every attack on the lefty congresswoman I could find.
Eve Peyser
2 days ago
Views My Own

Let George H.W. Bush and the WASP Establishment Die

America can live without "noblesse oblige."
Harry Cheadle
4 days ago
The Burnout and Escapism Issue

MAGA Mouse

As our politics invade the amusement park, is Disney World even a vacation destination any longer?
Alex Norcia
5 days ago
Views My Own

Republicans Have Decided Democracy Is Not Good for Them

From Michigan to North Carolina, GOP legislators are proving they care more about clinging to power than the will of the voters.
Harry Cheadle
12.4.18
politics

Bernie Sanders Is Almost Definitely Running for President

He hasn't announced his candidacy yet, but the writing's on the wall.
Harry Cheadle
12.3.18
politics

We Asked Beto's Biggest Fans Why They Love Him So Much

Beto O'Rourke couldn't beat Ted Cruz in Texas, but that hasn't made people believe in him any less.
Alex Norcia
11.30.18
Views My Own

Democrats Still Don't Seem to Know What Winning Looks Like

If they are prepared to be anything more than the opposition party, they sure aren't acting like it.
Harry Cheadle
11.29.18
politics

Ivanka Trump on Using Private Email: It’s No Big Deal When I Do It

The first daughter said there's "no equivalency" between Hillary's email scandal and her own in a new interview.
Eve Peyser
11.28.18
Views My Own

Trump Will Only Listen to 'Experts' if It Means Letting Americans Die in War

On Afghanistan, Trump's gut instincts may have been right—but somehow, it's the only subject on which he defers to the establishment.
Harry Cheadle
11.28.18
immigration

What Trump 'Closing the Border' Might Actually Look Like

The president seems to want to stop asylum seekers from coming to the US—which could spark legal challenges and cause problems at the border.
Harry Cheadle
11.27.18
2018 election

Could a Democratic Victory in Mississippi Stop Millennials from Fleeing?

Tuesday's election could decide a lot more than who sits in the US Senate—it could set the tone for the future of the state.
David J. Dent
11.27.18
Views My Own

Trump Doesn't 'Believe' His Own Government's Dire Report on Climate Change

The president is increasingly disconnected from the federal government he sits atop of.
Harry Cheadle
11.26.18
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