Issac J. Bailey
Issac J. Bailey is a South Carolina-based journalist who has won numerous writing and reporting awards, was a 2014 Harvard University Nieman Fellow and is the Batten Professor of Public Policy at Davidson College. He's been published by The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, Politico Magazine, Time, among many other publications. He recently released his third book, Why Didn't We Riot: A Black Man in Trumpland.
The working poor never wanted help to begin with, writes Issac J. Bailey.
In this particular case, Liz Cheney is right, and it shouldn’t be terribly difficult for liberals to say so
Don’t let the fools sell you on hypocrisy, writes Issac J. Bailey.
She’s made a career of comforting white people, writes Issac J. Bailey.
She shouldn’t have said it, but she wasn’t wrong, writes Issac J. Bailey.
Issac J. Bailey explains what’s so hard for some white people to see.
Ponder that for a minute, writes Issac J. Bailey.
Start with 2013 Senate bill that passed with 67 votes, writes Issac J. Bailey.
Issac J. Bailey reflects on the fight over marriage equality.
Issac J. Bailey explains why Mitt Romney the Statesman isn’t.
She gets it. He doesn’t.