Republican strategists think they can win over the Black vote by trashing Justice Jackson.
Tag: Bill Clinton
As one of the few people I know who has watched Impeachment, I’m still struggling to figure out why I’m so relatively alone in watching it. Obsessively watching it, I might add. As in having eagerly awaited every new episode, and then rewatching key scenes. Impeachment: American Crime Story being Ryan Murphy’s ten-part series on […]
Liberals and lefties
Something weird is going on when Joe Biden acts like Bernie Sanders.
Democrats and ruling by fear
When politicians sell out to win, we all lose.
Get me rewrite!
Aaron Sorkin rewrites Chicago history to help beat Trump.
The false hope of Ghislaine Maxwell’s arrest
If history is any guide, Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime partner is unlikely to pay the price for their crimes.
Dr. Ehrman told us so
The coronavirus pandemic was made worse by years of public health cuts.
Centrist Dems are using the 1972 election to scare voters away from Bernie.
Why I can’t get excited about impeaching Trump
This doomed effort won’t even make for good TV.
The Rahm advice
Hey, Dems: If you want to beat Trump, don’t listen to Rahm.
The mysterious case of Jeffrey Epstein
Given his high-profile connections, don’t expect clarity—or justice—anytime soon.
Bill Clinton conventional wisdom
Nervous Nelly Dems and trash-talking Republicans try to scare voters away from single-payer health care.
A tale of two vices
Let’s pit reefer vs. gambling to see which is worse.
Slow Burn re-creates the daily barrage of information during the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal
And it asks the question, which details from the current administration will still matter 20 years from now?
The Intercept’s Jeremy Scahill is at war with American exceptionalism and imperialism
A Q&A with the Chicago-born investigative reporter, who returns to town October 9 for a live taping of his political podcast Intercepted.