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The former VP needs to hang militia violence and civil unrest around the president’s neck.
From reacting to the dystopian RNC to featured artist and author interviews, we had a lot going on this week.
Trump is trying to run the same campaign he did four years ago—but it’s a cheap, pathetic imitation.
The vice president says Joe Biden’s America won’t be safe—but what about Trump’s?
Militia murdering protestors provided stark relief to the putrefied stink of the RNC’s second night.
The RNC’s opening night exceeded even its worst dystopian expectations.
The trailer for Showtime’s series based on the former FBI director’s book shows we don’t need Comey’s side of the story.
Economist L. Randall Wray on bold economic solutions for the pandemic. New movie, ‘She Dies Tomorrow.’ Plus music from Nejma Nefertiti and Carriers.
Biden cast the 2020 election as love vs. hate and light vs. dark in his DNC acceptance speech.
Biden’s big night caps off a week of vapid political theater—which means it’s time to drink.
The Democrats touched on women’s rights and gun violence, but Obama’s stark warning stood out most.
Two nights in, and the Democratic Party’s priorities and target demographics are abundantly clear.
Sometimes politics are most effective from people you’ve never heard of.
From remote speeches to Republican endorsements, the 2020 Democratic National Convention will be tough to watch.
Journalist David Moore on the influence of corporate lobbyists on the DNC. Plus music from Mazzi & S.O.U.L. Purpose, Lotion Princess, Forever Honey, and Looms.
The president has nothing left but the racist hits that got him here.
Trump’s unique heinousness doesn’t mean Democrats shouldn’t be challenged, questioned, and pushed.
This astronaut meme might be the perfect encapsulation of a year full of dark realizations.
Economist and author L. Randall Wray explains what’s needed to deal with the economic consequences of the pandemic.
The Democratic National Committee is a private company and has an alarming number of members with lobbying experience.
Roots Action is targeting disaffected leftists leery of voting for Biden—yet doesn’t actually endorse him.
The former Vice President is polling well in states that could very well decide the election, but it’s still early.
Based on recent interviews, there’s no reason to think the president would perform even competently.
It might actually be nice if Biden was who Trump says he is. Sadly, he’s not.