Being Great Again is taking a toll, a death toll.
We’re seeing Republicans’ ill-conceived but dangerously bold plan to preserve their power beyond the Trump Era
We do not have to become a cult to defeat a cult.
Rigging an election is much harder than it looks, and Republicans can’t even get the easy stuff right.
How do we preserve our humanity while winning a battle against an inhumane system?
Liberal democracies are facing an existential threat from a new generation of authoritarians borrowing old, discredited ideas. But is it accurate to characterize that threat as “fascist,” and if so, why does it matter?
All we’ll see at first in the returns is the names of these shells. But once we have the names, we can start to assemble the relationships. And when that map of relationships is in the open, further inquiries into those layers of companies can fill out the rest of the picture.
Conservatives who winked at this project to discredit our institutions will deeply regret their complicity.
Miles Davis explained that jazz is about the notes you don’t play. Well, an unplayed note hangs over this otherwise methodical, scripted performance.
Abandon the fight for our values on our own block, and the effort we pour into Washington is just pounding sand.