Suzanne Faris Embroidery reads: “Speaking up again and again and again,” “Fighting harder for what you have earned,” “Resilience, perseverance, and exhaustion,” etc The post The (Extra)ordinary Work of Women appeared first on The Nation.
Sasha Abramsky And what a relief to see Joe Biden already beginning to erase the grifter in chief’s toxic legacy. The post ‘Signal:Noise’ Says a Fond Farewell appeared first on The Nation.
Elie Mystal The peaceful protests on Inauguration Day show what happens when social media companies refuse to let white supremacists use them to organize and incite violence. The post Twitter and Facebook Just Proved That Deplatforming Works appeared first on The...
J.T. Williamson America is left with a taste of fascism. The post Poison Soup appeared first on The Nation.
Steve Brodner Fired works. Scenes from our series “The Greater Quiet” for the week of January 18. The post Capitol Offenses appeared first on The Nation.
Mark Hertsgaard “The Hill We Climb” offers both inspiration and warning in the face of the climate emergency. The post Amanda Gorman’s Poem Rhymes With Biden’s Climate Agenda appeared first on The Nation.
Peter Kornbluh Far from being a “state sponsor of terrorism,” as the Trump administration claimed, Cuba has been an ally in fighting it. The post Biden Must Reverse Pompeo’s ‘Terrorist’ Move Against Cuba appeared first on The Nation.
Sara Luterman Representative Madison Cawthorn has misled the public about training for the Paralympics, just as he misrepresented his education and business history. The post The Ignominious Deceits of Congressman Cawthorn appeared first on The Nation.
Kali Holloway The long-standing normalization of right-wing violence demands that accountability for their crimes be a national priority. The post The Capitol Rioters Must Face Consequences appeared first on The Nation.
Felipe de la Hoz Advanced surveillance tech on the border poses dangers to both migrants and citizens. The post Why Biden’s ‘Virtual’ Border Could Be Worse Than Trump’s Wall appeared first on The Nation.
Joan Walsh Democrats did what they had to do: beat back voter suppression and keep voter turnout high. The post How Georgia Went Blue appeared first on The Nation.
Dave Zirin He's the epitome of “player empowerment,” much to the chagrin of the NBA and its scribes. The post Kyrie Irving Does Not Have to Be Who You Want Him to Be appeared first on The Nation.