Since the beginning of the pandemic, Gates has been violently wrong on almost every key issue. Why are we still treating him like a benevolent public…
It's not enough to be rich and powerful. Today's CEOs also want to be progressive, enlightened, socially responsible, and—worst of all—your friend.
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Owning the Libs is big business for a certain niche of the online Self-Appointed Voice of the Working Man. Alas, it isn’t much of a coherent worldview.
Michelle Goldberg crosses the line from good-faith debates about tactics into victim-blaming the targets of reactionary violence for the existence of…
As unionization takes off across the country—from Amazon to Apple to Starbucks—pushing back against anti-labor tropes is more important than ever.
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A monthly feature until November 2022 about which vulnerable, powerless group is going to get blamed for systemic failures of party leadership.
The whole family has been sick with a bug this week and making time to write has been very difficult with Petey out of daycare. We’ll be back next week…
The biggest moment for American labor in years is having a difficult time getting past the gatekeepers of our pop political discourse.
One wants to avoid a Great Man theory of history, or a cult of personality. But heroes—folk or otherwise—are an essential part of successful mass…
U.S. media outlets' reflexive dismissal of Putin’s hypocritical, self-serving claims he's “denazifying” Ukraine shows they can be skeptical of motives…
A challenge to New York Media to, for once, hold electeds accountable for vague promises concerning alleged housing for the unhoused
Republican Senators are engaging in transparent race-baiting using barely disguised coded language. Lumping these attacks into the “culture war” bin…