Ann Telnaes Levels are back. The post Pre-Pandemic Carbon appeared first on The Nation.
John Nichols The Wisconsinite is using the Senate as a platform to amplify discredited doctors who are more worried about vaccines than Covid. The post Ron Johnson’s Reelection Strategy Is to Amplify Covid Conspiracy Theories appeared first on The Nation.
Andrea Mazzarino Since 9/11, we’ve overfunded a second Pentagon capable of focusing on whatever it considers to be most politically expedient. The post We Don’t Need a Department of Homeland Security appeared first on The Nation.
Carl Davidson, Bill Fletcher Jr., Nina Gregg Without a new approach to manufacturing, we may protect the environment better but continue to reinforce racial and economic inequality. The post A Transformative Green New Deal Requires Inclusive Manufacturing appeared...
Dave Zirin A young generation of Jews are changing the rules of our community’s political positions, and all of us need to catch up. The post How the Democratic Party Alienates Young Jews: A Reply to Alexis Grenell appeared first on The Nation.
John Nichols Representatives Pramila Jayapal and Barbara Lee warn against posturing that might make it more difficult to find “a diplomatic way out of this crisis.” The post “There Is No Military Solution Out of This Ukraine Crisis” appeared first on The...
Elie Mystal Biden has a wealth of choices when it comes to fulfilling his campaign promise to appoint a Black woman to the Supreme Court. The post The Many Remarkable Black Women Who Could Replace Stephen Breyer appeared first on The Nation.
Tjeerd Royaards What we’ve left behind. The post Afghanistan in Crisis appeared first on The Nation.
Andreas Malm, Daniel Sherrell Andreas Malm argues that property destruction can be inspiring, while Daniel Sherrell writes that it would reduce the climate movement’s ability to effect change. The post Should Environmental Activists Sabotage Fossil Fuel...
James North Documents reveal a close collaboration between the oil giant, its law firm, and the “private prosecutor” who sent the environmentalist lawyer to federal prison. The post Chevron’s Prosecution of Steven Donziger appeared first on The Nation.
Karen J. Greenberg In the legal quagmire the US has created, there is no easy answer. The post Are We Any Closer to Shutting Down Guantánamo? appeared first on The Nation.
Audra Heinrichs Residents of the wealthy block in New York City spent a fortune fighting against it. Now, they’ve got to learn to live with it. The post The Homeless Shelter on Billionaires’ Row appeared first on The Nation.