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Doughty conservative talk-radio eminence Hugh Hewitt has finally found a cable news suitor willing to formally put a ring on his finger.
It feels like a potential tipping point—where public opinion finally catches up with brutal reality.
Sarah Jaffe interviews Autumn Zemke, co-chair of Northern Nevada Working Families Party.
For the Atlantic, actual political agency, it seems, is a lesser virtue than the civic jolt proffered by a “mediating function.”
For the past decade or so, I have been obsessed with news stories about cruise ships, in particular the idea of minor disasters at. . .
Seven months without a single dream. Seven whole months. The twenty-first of May was the last time I had a dream.
There is no word in English for the circle
left on a table from a cold glass,
or for the difference in flavor
between fresh. . .
After the snakebite, I tried to make noises
With the clouds in my throat, the dissolving
Snow of my. . .
To mark the day, and its unfulfilled promises, a group of organizers planned a day of action: of reclaiming vacant land, forty acres in forty cities to be precise.
I marveled at the fact that, in such a seemingly short amount of time, socialism had become a mainstream rallying cry in America once again.