Democrats can only explain electoral losses among Hispanics by infantilizing us as victims of ‘misinformation’
A set of decentralized, ideologically driven selection mechanisms is propelling the decay and collapse of American institutions
Nonstop dramatics about the GOP threat to democracy is part of an attempt to cement Democratic Party hegemony, not ensure election integrity
The populist wave is receding, leaving neoliberal elites in charge of both parties and a beleaguered working class out in the cold
A memo to current and aspiring Democratic Party leaders
The new Democratic Party of oligarchs and technocrats enforces its orthodoxies upon blue state clients through broken windows and beatings, administered by party militias like antifa and BLM
Tablet staff and contributors’ rolling commentary on the Democratic National Convention, as it happens
Why Google, YouTube, Uber and the rest of corporate America are donning the costume of progressivism
Is the presidential candidate a democratic socialist, a left populist, or something else?
Why Joe Biden’s Super Tuesday win was powered by black America
Stories about Kremlin trolls and Moscow hacking U.S. elections are useful scapegoats to avoid the reality of America’s deep political dysfunction
The making of America’s first Jewish president?
And why that’s not a good thing
Just because Trump said it doesn’t mean it’s not true: The Democratic Party is becoming unsalvageable
Bill de Blasio has been kissing Al Sharpton’s ring for years. What has he known that the rest of us are only now learning?
Jules Feiffer’s American Follies looks left for politics as usual
Eighty years after that dark night in Europe, America’s midterms were a contest to see how much of the country could be mobilized on a basis of hysteria and mass loathing
Eight candidates who have expressed blatantly anti-Semitic views, or who openly associate with anti-Semites