Barack Obama

There’s no reason to freak out

By John Stoehr / October 18, 2022 /

Monday’s polling just tells us there’s work to do.

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Biden reduced US military involvement worldwide. Antiwar critics still won’t give him credit

By Noah Berlatsky / July 7, 2022 /

That’s a problem for those hoping to see less military violence. 

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Pro-gun is pro-white power

By John Stoehr / May 25, 2022 /

Ted Cruz understands that perfectly. You should, too.

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What is ‘the good life’ in the United States and what can we do as a republic to make it real?

By John Stoehr / February 14, 2022 /

Reviving a “philosophical tendency.”

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Why is the press ignoring the information gap pulling down Biden’s favorability despite the press having created it?

By Magdi Semrau / January 21, 2022 /

On Nate Cohn’s spurious analysis.

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The United States government was caught spying on American journalists. Does anyone care?

By Richard Sudan / January 4, 2022 /

Increasing evidence of the apparatus of the state being levied against reporters should surely lead to outcry from sensible people.

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History doesn’t care if the GOP is on the wrong side

By John Stoehr / December 6, 2021 /

Progress is a consequence of politics. 

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Throw Veterans Day away

By John Stoehr / November 11, 2021 /

Vonnegut was right. Armistice Day was better.

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‘I sincerely hope Joe Biden isn’t getting up every morning and wondering: “What can I do to get the white vote today?”’

By John Stoehr / November 5, 2021 /

The flipside of Thursday’s post.

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Can Biden and the Democrats beat white supremacy by spending trillions? The results from Virginia don’t inspire hope

By John Stoehr / November 4, 2021 /

Rethinking a presumed truth.

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