This is content for paid subscribers only at my Substack, Political Junkie, but I wanted to share it with those of you who followthis blog. If you like what you see, subscribe now! Today, House Republicans face a crucial turning point: will they take the threat that conspiracist and accused anti-Semite Marjorie Taylor Greene poses to … More The GOP Is a Dumpster Fire
Slightly less than a year ago, my Substack, Political Junkie launched with a post about the Democratic presidential primary campaign. That post described the experience of politics from a campaign volunteer’s perspective. It was written in the first person plural because this newsletter was one of the ways that the editorial board of Public Seminar, a weekly digital magazine … More Here’s the Deal, Folks: A New Year’s Announcement
Andrea Dworkin is making a comeback. Her work never really went away, but she died in 2005, still writing furiously, but with the lively feminist movement that had created her readership mired in either academic theory or celebrations of female political and corporate firsts. Yet after many years of being disparaged and maligned, often by … More The Return of Andrea Dworkin
As we make the turn into a Trumpless 2021, Political Junkies is adding subscriber-only content Slightly less than a year ago, Political Junkie launched with a post about the Democratic presidential primary campaign. That post described the experience of politics from a campaign volunteer’s perspective. It was written in the first person plural because this newsletter was … More Here’s the Deal, Folks: A New Year’s Announcement
The day after Thanksgiving, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals pulled yet another rug out from under Donald Trump’s serial attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. Judge Stephanos Bibas rejected the claims made in the campaign’s brief as specious and excoriated ongoing attempts to exclude legitimate votes from Pennsylvania’s final tallies. “Voters, not … More Yes, Democracy Can Survive Trump
This essay was previously published in 2018 at the archives site, Beyond Citation, created by Eileen Clancy and Steven Brier, CUNY Graduate Center. Before we delve into the LGBTQ digital resources of the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women at the Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and of the Sophia … More LGBTQ Archives at the Schlesinger and the Sophia Smith
And among other things, this is what they said: Potter’s brisk and well-informed account suggests that alternative media, by refocusing on truth-seeking and informed debate, can help solve many of the threats to American democracy that it has produced. Newshounds on both the right and the left will be encouraged. Needless to say, I am … More Publisher’s Weekly read my book…
…and this is what we said. Mine is the second one down.