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The Problem with Pundits The Problem with Pundits

Pro-Lieberman Beltway pundits who whined about progressive bloggers and sounded noisy alarms about the disastrous impact of a Lamont win will have a lot of explaining to do come No...

Aug 11, 2006 / Feature / Eric Boehlert

Fierce Convictions Fierce Convictions

Every other week, in the pages of this magazine, Katha Pollitt collects her thoughts in her column, "Subject to Debate." To say that Pollitt's column is a hotbed of feminist po...

Aug 10, 2006 / Books & the Arts / Sarah Goldstein

Same Old Song Same Old Song

American history is marked by waves of immigrants--from Germans in the eighteenth century to Mexicans in the twenty-first--and by nativist backlashes against them.

Aug 10, 2006 / Books & the Arts / Daniel Tichenor

White Heat White Heat

Welcome to Nashville, Tennessee, the unlikely symbol of the biggest American immigrant resettlement since the Industrial Revolution. It's also the white-hot nexus of the new Americ...

Aug 10, 2006 / Feature / Bob Moser

The New Nativism The New Nativism

The nation must address the working-class anxieties underlying the anti-Hispanic sentiments now rising in Middle America--and Congress must pass an enlightened immigration bill tha...

Aug 10, 2006 / Editorial / The Editors

Crisis in Lebanon Crisis in Lebanon

The inactivity of the Bush Administration on the Israel-Hezbollah conflict is armchair warfare against the interests of all. For peace, we must press for an immediate cease-fire.

Aug 10, 2006 / Editorial / The Editors

Birth Pangs of a New Christian Zionism Birth Pangs of a New Christian Zionism

Rapture-ready Christian Zionists have hired their first full-time Washington lobbyist. He's experienced, connected--and, oy vey, he's Jewish.

Aug 8, 2006 / Feature / Max Blumenthal

Israeli Doves Challenge the War Israeli Doves Challenge the War

According to the Western media, most Israelis, including leading peace advocates, support the ongoing war in Lebanon. But Israeli doves are beginning to speak out. Will it make a d...

Aug 7, 2006 / Feature / Jon Wiener

The Left Gets Real The Left Gets Real

Is the coziness of progressives and foreign policy realists a strategic alliance or a sign that the conservative co-optation of "human rights" has disillusioned the left?

Aug 4, 2006 / Feature / Eyal Press

You Can Keep the Faith You Can Keep the Faith

Major League Baseball's new "Faith Days" campaign is about more than family-friendly Christian entertainment with a twist of commerce.

Jul 28, 2006 / Column / Dave Zirin

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