On the campaign trail Trump couldn’t stop telling us how much his opponents were in the clutches of lobbyists and special interests. Maybe he was just jealous.
Jake Whitney is a freelance journalist and contributing writer for Guernica: A Magazine of Art and Politics.
Long before he was a presidential candidate, Trump was more than willing to trash the GOP economic policies that he now falsely claims are boosting the economy.
To Donald Trump and the right, any news or facts they don’t like or disagree with are labeled fake news, leaving us in a world where the truth becomes just a matter of opinion.
Law professor Zephyr Teachout is part of a watchdog group charging that Donald Trump’s many conflicts of interest violate constitutional strictures. Let her walk you through it.
Trump’s lies are just the beginning. Over two decades, right-wing media has degraded the credibility of the entire media and also degraded the idea that objective facts even exist.
Joseph Romm’s accessible book about global warming is the right book at the right time, and good enough to persuade even Republican pols of the dangers ahead.
As an African-American doctor in the overwhelmingly white world of American medicine, Damon Tweedy has seen how racial attitudes of both blacks and whites warp treatment and care.
A new book traces how America discarded civil rights in the name of security during the forced internment of Japanese-American citizens—and how the policy ruined families and lives.
Their pace is, well, glacial, but conservatives are definitely moving in the direction of endorsing climate change. Just don’t ask them to blame humans yet.
Michael Shermer argues that science has not only improved our lives materially but morally and ethically as well. It’s an argument both stimulting and flawed.