Neo-Confederates are posting murderous scenes and racist memes—when they’re not reusing material from Kremlin trolls. But Instagram says the accounts don’t violate its rules.
Casey Michel is a writer and investigative journalist based in New York. His previous work has appeared in Foreign Affairs, The Atlantic, and The New Republic.
The House did something really big last week, and the Senate could actually follow suit soon.
Journalism’s leading conspiracy theorist has finally found his natural home. But he was a fact-masseuse long before Trump came along.
Stewart Rhodes is ready to protect Trump, no matter what, and to fight a HOT war.
In pushing to oust the former prosecutor, Biden did the right thing, no matter the personal cost.
Now matter how much Vladimir Yakunin, a former KGB general and Putin buddy with billions of dubious dollars, tries to clean up his résumé, it just won’t wash.
Kyiv may have said “no,” but Trump’s personal lawyer has opened the floodgates for other governments to follow the president’s bidding and investigate and throw dirt on his rivals.
The latest whataboutist claim on the far left is that what Putin did in 2016 is no worse than what American consultants did in 1996. That’s nonsense.
The Kremlin didn’t just rely on the alt-right to help Trump win. Bernie Bros, Greens, and ‘anti-imperialists’ got had, too.