A new essay by John S. Blake, “Sleep Now in the Fire: Out of Shock, Out of Shame,” tells the tale of two [in]different Joes, ignoring the wishes of Americans this holiday.
Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin’s obsession with Taiwan and Ukraine, respectively, and their egos, collectively, threaten to spark a nuclear world war.
Here is why spending $2 trillion on child care, health care, and fighting climate change won’t make inflation any worse than it already is.
In Sean Davis’s latest Dispatches From the Apocalypse, “No Holds Barred and the Ignoble Lie,” he body slams the current state of politics in America.
We’ve known for decades what works and what doesn’t to reduce violence and crime. And nothing involving police makes any positive difference.
Manchin won’t change. You can’t shame someone who has no shame, and history won’t remember if there’s no one left with enough resources to record it.
It’s been posited that, in America, we’re sleepwalking our way to the end of democracy. Nancy Townsley examines the Top 10 types of Americans who are contributing to this.
John Coates’ mansplaining Annastacia Palaszczuk shocked many, but it is a textbook example of what women face every day.
Today is the Fourth of July, when Americans are fond of blowing things up on purpose during the hot, dry summer day. Australia cautions America to maybe not do that.