The Stridently Conciliatory Cory Booker

|December 17th, 2018|

In 2013, The Atlantic ran a piece titled “Why Do Liberals Hate Cory Booker?” The article searched for the sources of progressive distrust of the senator from New Jersey. It scoured his policy positions to [...]

Russia is winning its war of disinformation

|December 17th, 2018|

Go deeper328 Words American politics have been further radicalized. The FBI's image, once unassailable, has been tarnished with Trump's base. Facebook and other tech giants were thrown on the defensive. The misinformation campaigns are essentially [...]

The 17 known Trump-related investigations

|December 17th, 2018|

Go deeper322 Words Russian government’s election attack (the Internet Research Agency and GRU indictments)  WikiLeaks Middle Eastern influence: Potentially the biggest unseen aspect of Mueller’s investigation is his year-long pursuit of Middle Eastern influence targeting [...]

All Is Not Lost for Republicans in the Suburbs

|December 17th, 2018|

OPINION — Will Ferrell once joked about his all-too-normal, stress-free upbringing: “Maybe that’s where comedy comes from, as some sort of reaction to the safe, boring suburbs.” Safe? Boring? Not any more, especially not for [...]

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