Joe Biden

He was set to testify about a PowerPoint outlining step-by-step Trump’s failed coup. Then Mark Meadows chickened out

By Lindsay Beyerstein / December 9, 2021 /

He’s invoking privilege he doesn’t have.

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America’s future: less democracy nationally, more democracy locally, plus violence and blood

By John Stoehr / December 9, 2021 /

My interview with Sea Change Radio’s Alex Wise.

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The good news is we’re on the cusp of a new way of ordering the American polity. The bad news? We could fall short

By John Stoehr / December 8, 2021 /

Thomas Zimmer: Multiracial democracy will be expanded or aborted.

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The midterms will be decided by swing voters ready to reward the GOP for trying to kill them

By John Stoehr / December 7, 2021 /

Why democracy is its own worst enemy.

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Biden’s policies are more popular than he is. For the first time in the modern era, the link between president and agenda is broken 

By Magdi Semrau / November 22, 2021 /

How the press distorts political reality.

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Abate lead, reduce crime, defund police?

By Noah Berlatsky / November 16, 2021 /

An excellent potential approach.

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Americans are calling Build Back Better progressive. It’s actually moderate and pro-business

By Claire Bond Potter / November 12, 2021 /

The Biden agenda is common sense.

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John Eastman’s manual for state violence

By Lindsay Beyerstein / November 10, 2021 /

War games often reveal more about the players than they do about the future, and this exercise is no exception.

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Has the press corps learned nothing?

By John Stoehr / November 8, 2021 /

Journalism, when done right, should change a person.

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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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