“All Those Other Presidents”

Is Barack Obama the historical outsider he claims to be? A look at our "currency presidents" suggests not.

The AP reports that the McCain campaign accused Barack Obama of injecting race into the campaign with the following statement:

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“All Those Other Presidents”

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You Haven’t Seen Anything Yet

Americans awoke Thursday morning to a familiar noise: The President of the United States waxing conspiratorial and declaring himself the victim of a nefarious plot.

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PODCAST: Search This

Podcast: Google and Kavanaugh.

Will Google survive the revelations of its political bias, or are those revelations nothing new? We delve into the complexities of the world in which important tech companies think they are above politics until they decide they’re not. Also some stuff on the Supreme Court and on polls. Give a listen.

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Do Zionists Have Civil Rights?

Smeared for doing the job.

When then-presidential candidate Donald Trump famously declared his intention to be a “neutral” arbiter of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian territories and put the onus for resolving the conflict on Jerusalem, few observers could have predicted that Trump would run one of the most pro-Israel administrations in American history.

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The Passion of Botham Shem Jean

A conservative rethinks race and policing.

A week since an off-duty Dallas police officer shot and killed her neighbor in his own home, numerous unanswered questions bedevil investigators. Among them: How and why did the officer, Amber Guyger, end up in a different flat than her own that night? Did she mistake his apartment for hers, as she has claimed, or did she force her way inside, as some eyewitness reports seem to suggest?

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Crazy Rich Charlatans

The Elon Musk problem.

No one has ever mistaken me for a business writer. Show me a balance sheet or quarterly report, and my eyes will glaze over. Bring up “chasing alpha” at the bar, and I’ll ask for the check and give you the old Irish goodbye. Business chatter—the kind you can’t help but overhear from young stockjobbers at the gym and bloaty middle managers on the Acela—bores me to tears. I’m especially allergic to the idea of “The Market” as an autonomous, anthropomorphic entity with a unitary will and mind of its own.

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