There’s no way Biden would use the term ‘semi-fascist’ if he did not believe that most Americans are behind the Democrats

By John Stoehr / August 31, 2022 /

He doesn’t risk alienating voters. He risks missing an opportunity.

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Team Trump keeps admitting to an ongoing crime

By Lindsay Beyerstein / August 30, 2022 /

His boasts that he owns the documents are undercutting his lawyers’ attempts to portray a brazen theft as an accident. 

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Trump trades places with his enemies

By John Stoehr / August 16, 2022 /

To him, the FBI search was an end to itself.

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Breonna Taylor and how a civil rights law from 1866 could pave the way to police accountability and federal intervention

By Mia Brett / August 11, 2022 /

Is the Justice Department re-embracing its original mandate?

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Forget civil war. Think ongoing yearslong insurgency

By John Stoehr / August 10, 2022 /

The Republicans’ “decidedly insurrectionist interpretation” of everything from the Second Amendment to their theory of government.

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Who polices the police?

By Richard Sudan / June 2, 2022 /

A former FBI agent could be complicit in Payton Gendron’s murder spree. That shows that fighting white supremacy is a top priority.

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America’s ‘war on terror’ can’t see white supremacist terror

By Richard Sudan / February 8, 2022 /

Decent people must demand government action against it.

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Who investigates the investigators?

By Richard Sudan / January 19, 2022 /

Did an FBI informant help stop a conspiracy to kidnap Gretchen Whitmer? Or did he help it along?

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Why isn’t the full force of the US government being brought down on the Proud Boys? Democracy and freedom demand it

By Richard Sudan / September 29, 2021 /

The FBI has the means, but not the will.

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