A recent article in The Nation by Joshua Holland on liberal opposition to Medicare for all begs a response.
In this week’s “Scheer Intelligence,” host and Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer sits down with the publisher of the New Republic and The Washington Spectator to discuss the future of journalism and politics. (Fish is pictured.) [Transcript added.]
Without the investigation—and how it is forcing the president to play defense—the Trump agenda might be closer to full realization.
In the Middle East and elsewhere, the Trump administration has begun to signal that human rights aren’t exactly on its agenda.
The “poetician, not politician” always seemed conscious of the Russian adage that a great writer is more than a writer—he is a second government (Yevtushenko is pictured here with Katrina vanden Heuvel) The “poetician, not politician” always seemed conscious of the Russian adage that a great writer is more than a writer—he is a second government).
The hunt for Donald Trump’s “Kremlin connections” indulges in practices reminiscent of the Soviet Kremlin and its media.
Clemson’s win over Alabama in college football’s national championship game didn’t impress sports writer Dave Zirin. But his scathing critique in The Nation missed the point.
A little-known section of the U.S. tax code “created a legal process by which publicly held companies can lower their tax bills by boosting CEO pay,” reports George Zornick at The Nation. (Pictured: John Stumpf, Wells Fargo chairman and CEO.)
There are two things we all need to know about the upcoming 2016 election.