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Bernin’ For You

People get enthusiastic about what they never knew was possible, and Bernie’s support thus far has already proven that. Continue reading




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How To Vote Right: Ted Cruz

Here’s an idea: instead of the man we’d like to share a beer with, how about electing the guy we’d like to punch in the face?




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The Worst People in America: Donald Rumsfeld

A trillion dollars and countless lost lives later, the Rumsfeld delusion endures.




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Newsfail: An Interview with Citizen Radio’s Allison Kilkenny and Jamie Kilstein

The founders of Citizen Radio chat with Greg Olear about their new book, #NEWSFAIL.




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Music For Maniacs

Patrick Wensink explores how the obscure, scuzzy garage rockers, Coachwhips, became the perfect band for George W. Bush’s 2003




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Light Sleepers

An American in France during the Bush years, Nathaniel Missildine awaits the birth of his child.




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Bush in Rehab

Is it possible to construct an argument that George W. Bush was not a terrible president? Greg Olear gives it the college try.




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Gonzo Tubthumping, Getting Knocked Down And Getting Up Again

Danbert Nobacon on Chumbawamba and “Tubthumper,” war and peace, the axis of dissent, and how we can’t control responses to our art.




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Madness In The Penguin House

Wherein Peter Mountford examines the “gloriously ungainly” new direction of publishing–the forced merger—and makes friends with a legion of authors with a novel suggestion for compensation.




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