In its latest attack on the billionaire Koch brothers, Robert Greenwald’s Brave New Films shows how the fearsome libertarian duo used their wealth and power to elect four segregationists to North Carolina’s Wake County school board in 2009. (more)
Fifty years ago, John F. Kennedy was sworn in as the 35th president of the United States. He gave a stirring inaugural address and then took over a job for which he was unprepared. No one is ever prepared.
“Nixonland”—that’s Rick Perlstein’s term for the political world where candidates win power by mobilizing people’s resentments, anxieties and anger, where politics destroys its victims. Do we still live in Nixonland, and if so, when will we leave?