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Main stream media and even social media are working harder than ever to get between YOU and the real news. Don’t let them lie to you, don’t let them silence you and NEVER EVER let them steal your sense of humor. Get your outrage on and chortle..
Original research and fresh insight into the political news that matters most. You are not a spectator and democracy is not a game. But so much of what is written about politics treats you that way. That’s why I created Popular Information. It is...
The Dispatch is a digital media company providing engaged citizens with fact-based reporting and commentary on politics, policy and culture—informed by conservative principles. It is a community for thoughtful discussion and...
There are tens of millions of Americans who aren’t on the hard left or the hard right who feel that the world has gone mad. Science is at the mercy of politics. Identity trumps ideas. In the name of progress, art is erased and history is rewritten.
I have toyed with the idea writing for years, and I have finally found my particular niche. My primary goal was, and still remains, to write a story that I would like to read. I am humbled and delighted that ya'll (yes I AM Southern) wil…
Welcome to my little email newsletter for writing, links, small life works, and recent reads. Wordpress offered a great start but email is a much cosier home, without those ad interruptions and the hell of ‘link in bio’ self-promotion. If you’re...
At Bloomberg Opinion, my job is to write about economic policy for a general audience, and I will continue to do that. Here at Noahpinion, you’ll get: - Posts written in my “natural voice”, which is not quite professional enough for opinion column
Slow Boring is a blog and newsletter by Matthew Yglesias on American politics and public policy. The name comes from Max Weber’s essay on “Politics as a Vocation” where he writes that
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