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April 5, 2017
The Senate Should Censure Trump
It’s been done once before, against Andrew Jackson. Trump has disgraced the office of the presidency, so it’s time to do it again.
March 16, 2017
Trump Is Fighting a New Trade War—and This One Is Intramural
A nasty White House battle has broken out between right-wing nationalists and globalist financiers.
January 31, 2017
Trump’s Harvest of Shame
The goal of his Muslim ban is to stampede the public into accepting even more extreme measures in the name of self-defense.
December 21, 2016
Mitch McConnell Assaulted the Constitution (and Got Away With It)
The senator refused to perform his duty in rejecting any consideration of Obama’s Supreme Court nominee.
November 9, 2016
The Plain People Spoke on November 8. Will the Powerful Listen?
Like it or not, Tuesday’s ballot-box rebellion was a profound act of small-d democracy.
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November 8, 2016
No Honeymoon for Hillary
If Clinton wins, she’ll inherit massive public anger unless she fights for progressive changes on trade and industrial policy.
September 30, 2016
My Post-Debate Blues, or, How a Rude Egomaniac Has Effectively Channeled Working-Class Anger
In his clumsy way, Trump is defining a new industrial policy and exposing the stupidity of American “exceptionalism.”
September 20, 2016
Whom Should We Blame for Our Deranged Democracy?
Laying it all on Trump is too easy—both political parties are out of touch and distant from the people.
August 3, 2016
We Should Be Shocked, Shocked, at Reports of Russian Interference in US Elections
Because, you know, it’s not as if Washington has ever done the same thing to other countries.
July 12, 2016
Should the Democratic Party Be Added to the Endangered-Species List?
The Bernie-Hillary face-off has exposed how far the party has drifted from its working-class base—and how angry that base still is at the betrayal.