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January 17, 2022
5 Lessons From Hunter S. Thompson
Wisdom from the godfather of gonzo.
January 12, 2022
How the Left Alienates Jews
Jewish voices are too often excluded from precisely the conversations they should be leading.
January 11, 2022
Letters From the January 17/24, 2022, Issue
Josephine Baker's French exile… Climate wars… A report worth reading… Build Back Better, please…
January 3, 2022
Extraditing Julian Assange Threatens Journalists Worldwide
In countries where the press faces restriction and persecution, US interference sets a dangerous precedent.
December 28, 2021
Maggie Nelson and the Evolving Politics of Liberation
In her new book, Nelson examines the politics of freedom on the left and the right.
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December 27, 2021
The Anti-Intellectual Intellectuals of the Conservative Movement
Why is Mark Levin’s
December 17, 2021
This Year Disappointed on Climate. Fierce Accountability Journalism Can Help Save 2022.
“There is always hope. And the worst thing that journalists can possibly ever do is engender despair.”
December 13, 2021
A Year on a Hinge of History
If we want to save the republic, we will have to do it ourselves.
December 7, 2021
What We Get Wrong About Adoption
Activists and political leaders promote adoption as a social good, looking past the complex experiences of adoptees and the parents who relinquish them.
Jessica M. Harrison
December 2, 2021
Ping!! How Those Trump/Russia Stories Got Shopped to the Media
Thanks to recent indictments and ongoing lawsuits about an alleged Trump computer back channel to Moscow, we can now see just how journalists got played—and who played them.