John Stoehr

John Stoehr is the editor of the Editorial Board. He writes the daily edition open and available to all. Find him @johnastoehr.

In fight over his agenda, Biden is leaning on the right people. The liberals are now the center. The moderates have to catch up

October 4, 2021 /

Looking at politics through the lens of regime change.

Our addiction to polling, myth of ‘liberal bias,’ Proud Boys as public enemy, Biden’s Great Society, plus John Stoehr’s week

October 2, 2021 /

The weekend edition of the Editorial Board.

Senate candidate JD Vance is describing how the Republicans have changed. Are we listening?

October 1, 2021 /

Set aside the old ways of thinking.

To fight fascism, fight the people paying for it. That means raising taxes higher, much higher, on the very obscenely rich

September 30, 2021 /

They are preventing the people from flexing the sovereignty that would prevent them from continuing to extract wealth from the people.

Vaccine holdouts are caving. Lesson for liberals? Respond to authoritarianism with force

September 29, 2021 /

They want to be told what to do.

Voting against the full faith and credit of the United States is what you’d expect from the party of political sabotage

September 28, 2021 /

The GOP’s war-like hostility isn’t old news. It drives the news.

Do the Democrats have the incentive to attack not only the court’s conservatives but the court’s legitimacy? It seems so

September 27, 2021 /

Let’s hope its polling slump is permanent.

Durham’s ‘stop snitching,’ lessons of ‘cancel culture,’ the other Gabby Petitos, Haitian migrants, plus John Stoehr’s week

September 25, 2021 /

The weekend edition of the Editorial Board.

Efforts at ‘border security’ punish the powerless and empower the powerful. It does what the ‘war on drugs’ was designed to do

September 24, 2021 /

Start with the fact that it’s a Republican premise.

On the debt ceiling fight, the Republicans are humiliating the Democrats. Does Joe Manchin’s party have any pride?

September 23, 2021 /

So far, the answer seems to be no.