Michelle Goldberg was formerly a senior contributing writer at The Nation. She is the author of three books: Kingdom Coming: The Rise of Christian Nationalism, a finalist for the NYPL’s Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism; The Means of Reproduction: Sex, Power, and the Future of the World, which won the J. Anthony Lukas Work-In-Progress Award and the Ernesta Dinker Ballard Book Prize; and The Goddess Pose: The Audacious Life of Indra Devi, the Woman Who Helped Bring Yoga to the West. Her work has also appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Newsweek, The Washington Post and many other publications.
Economic desperation among college students helps explain why millenials don’t believe in small government.
The fate of Carole Vance and Kim Hopper should worry everyone who wants academics to play a larger role in public debates.
“Inner-city men,” says Ryan, need to learn the “value and the culture of work.”
The kid in Ryan’s “full stomach…empty soul” CPAC speech is actually an advocate for free school lunches.
The return of the left-wing fantasy that there’s no difference between Democrats and Republicans.
Censorship at Jewish museums and a crude new anti–J Street documentary suggest a pro-Israel establishment in a panic.
A Kansas bill to allow segregation against gay people shows us where the right’s conception of religious liberty leads.
A searing New Yorker story about a rogue abortion provider shows that unsafe abortion has persisted in post-Roe America—likely because of anti-abortion regulations.
Is New York’s decision to take action against academic BDS an assault on the First Amendment?