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Bill Bishop helps you to understand China by providing commentary and links to important news. He provides analysis, commentary and curated links to the important English and Chinese news of the day. Join thousands of other subscribers and gai...
The Pirate Wires newsletter tends to summarize and riff on current events, whereas podcast episodes and longer-form essays deep dive into fringe, uncomfortable, or otherwise strange topics I find interesting. In the broadest sense, I like to focus on
Matt Stoller is a Fellow at the Open Markets Institute and the author the forthcoming Simon and Schuster book Goliath: The Hundred-Year War Between Monopoly Power and Democracy.Previously, I was a Senior Policy Advisor and Budget Analyst…
Subscribe now and get full access to regular news, features, columns, and creative writing by award-winning reporter and author Matt Taibbi, as well as the already-published Hate Inc.: How, And Why, The Press Makes Us Hate One Another and
Slow Boring is a blog and newsletter by Matthew Yglesias on American politics and public policy. The name comes from Max Weber’s essay on “Politics as a Vocation” where he writes that
There are tens of millions of Americans who aren’t on the hard left or the hard right who feel that the world has gone mad. Science is at the mercy of politics. Identity trumps ideas. In the name of progress, art is erased and history is rewritten.
John Stoehr started The Editorial Board on a whim. It has since grown to become a pretty good place for normal people to figure what the hell’s going on in politics.
Historians are fond of saying that the past doesn’t repeat itself; it rhymes. To understand the present, we have to understand how we got here. That’s where this newsletter comes in. I’m a professor of American history.
Discourse.blog is an independent blog/newsletter about politics and culture from a left-wing perspective started in March 2020. We have been described by readers as “good” and “a joy to receive in my inbox each day.” That could be you, too.
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