What accounts for Anthony Kennedy’s undeserved reputation as a moderate? Blame liberals’ longtime infatuation with establishment conservatives.
Branko Marcetic is a Jacobin staff writer. He lives in Auckland, New Zealand.
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As much of the world celebrates a modest step towards peace in Korea, Western pundits seem to be panicking.
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The news industry isn’t a marketplace of ideas — it’s just a market. To ensure freedom of speech, we have to take on the rich.
Just a year ago, liberals were terrified of Trump starting a war with North Korea. Now they seem scared he might defuse the standoff with Pyongyang.
Democrats would like you to think he came up with it on his own, but Trump’s separation of migrant families is a cruel twist on an Obama-era practice.
Mainstream columnists’ justification of Israeli violence against Palestinian protesters sounds a lot like condemnations of black civil rights activists five decades ago.
Rich people today mostly post Instagram photos of themselves. They used to sometimes do left-wing politics too.
The Russian Facebook ads that destroyed American democracy have now been released. Try not to laugh — it’s serious business.
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The WWE teamed up with Saudi Arabia last weekend to whitewash the country's brutal autocracy.
The “fake news” hysteria is unleashing a wave of free-speech crackdowns worldwide.
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John Bolton has spent his long career doing one thing: trying to start wars. Now that he’s Trump’s national security advisor, he can.
Cambridge Analytica hijacked our online data to help elect Donald Trump. It’s an outrage — but it’s nothing new.
The US, not Russia, pioneered the use of state-sponsored social media manipulation.
The National Endowment for Democracy is a vehicle for Putin-style foreign meddling. Yet some liberals are now bemoaning Trump’s assault on the organization.
West Virginia has been the site of mass labor militancy many times before. Here are some of the highlights.