January 6 insurrection

The J6 committee dares Merrick Garland to do something

By Lindsay Beyerstein / October 14, 2022 /

Steve Bannon is already awaiting sentencing for defying the J6 Committee’s subpoena. It could happen again. 

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The assassination of Trump’s character, Ken Starr-style

By John Stoehr / September 15, 2022 /

“Piece by painful piece.”

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Queen Elizabeth, Donald Trump and the right to rule by blood

By John Stoehr / September 13, 2022 /

“The monarchist new right.”

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A Democratic president who does not back down changes everything

By John Stoehr / September 6, 2022 /

After “The Speech,” bothsidesism may be a sign of hope.

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No Democratic president in my lifetime ever talked about a Republican predecessor like that

By John Stoehr / September 2, 2022 /

It’s the end of an era.

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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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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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‘Lost’ Secret Service texts are part of Trump’s rolling coup

By Claire Bond Potter / August 16, 2022 /

The ongoing dismantling of the democratic state.

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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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Garland would not approve searching Mar-a-Lago if the case against Trump were not airtight

By John Stoehr / August 9, 2022 /

Politics is making the AG exceptionally careful.

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