Rachel ShabiThe choice couldn’t be more stark: between the nativist, hard-Brexit Tories and the most radical-left Labour platform the nation has seen in decades.
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Elie MystalJonathan Turley’s testimony was so inconsistent, it contradicted his own previous statements on impeachment.
The post The Republican’s Star Impeachment Scholar Is a Shameless Hack appeared first on The Nation.
Joan WalshThe faux outrage was triggered when an impeachment witness used the name of the president’s teenage son to make a point. It didn’t work.
The post The GOP Grievance Machine’s Desperate Attempt to Upstage the Case for Impeachment appeared first on The Nation.
Kristen Yoonsoo KimSet in 18th-century France, Céline Sciamma’s new film Portrait of a Lady on Fire finds a new way to chronicle a queer romance.
The post A Queer Love Story That Does Away With the Male Gaze appeared first on The Nation.
Donna MinkowitzThe online magazine of the “intellectual dark web” is repackaging discredited race science.
The post Why Racists (and Liberals!) Keep Writing for Quillette appeared first on The Nation.
Arnold IsaacsMental health specialists have long recognized the deep emotional trauma of war. When will the US military?
The post US Soldiers Are Carrying the Hidden Trauma of Our Endless Wars appeared first on The Nation.
John NicholsConstitutional scholars tell the House Judiciary Committee that obstructing the impeachment inquiry is totally impeachable.
The post Trump’s Cover-Up Is Fully and Necessarily Impeachable appeared first on The Nation.
William AstoreOur endless wars are taking countless innocent lives and destroying the planet itself.
The post Want to Stop Climate Change? Start With the US Military appeared first on The Nation.
John NicholsThe California senator suspends her presidential campaign, as Bloomberg buys his way in.
The post If Debate Skills Mattered, Kamala Harris Wouldn’t Be the One Dropping Out appeared first on The Nation.
Lucas Iberico LozadaKaren Tei Yamashita’s recently republished epic novel is a reminder of fiction’s ability to both transmit and embody transformational ideas.
The post ‘I Hotel’ Is the Unheralded Document of a Decade of Asian American Activism appeared first on The Nation.
Joshua HollandSince the 1980s, Democratic candidates have proven that they can win elections while losing whites without a college degree by a significant margin.
The post What if Democrats Have Already Won Back Enough White Working-Class Voters to Win in 2020? appeared first on The Nation.
Katrina vanden HeuvelThe real threats are Trump and the GOP.
The post Why Are Big-Money Democrats Turning Their Fire on Progressives? appeared first on The Nation.
Stuart KlawansOn Marielle Heller’s Mr. Rogers biopic, Todd Haynes’s tale of corporate malfeasance, and more.
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