<p>In late August, Sam Dolnick, an assistant managing editor at the New York Times, tweeted a link to an episode of The Daily, his paper’s flagship podcast, about President Trump’s “law and order” messaging, the suburban vote, and the supposed...
Christopher Ingraham"My advice to reporters would be to not allow themselves to be manipulated: to study the history of how right-wing politicians have weaponized the anxieties of culturally-elite journalists in order to deliver more power to themselves."
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Christopher IngrahamThe Electoral College is a perfect machine for creating disputed elections. "The EC today is about 40x as likely as a National Popular Vote to generate scenarios in which a small number of ballots in a pivotal voting unit determines the Presidency"
How the world’s greatest public health organization was brought to its knees by a virus, the president and the capitulation of its own leaders, causing damage that could last much longer than the coronavirus.
The three co-chairs of the Commission on Presidential Debates are all over the age of 70 (two of them are more than 80 years old), are all white, and all are deeply entrenched in the clubby Washington, D.C., world of former politicians, think tanks...
Christopher IngrahamRead @yashar on the Debate Commission, which is responsible for the whole thing. Composed primarily of white septuagenarian lobbyists and politicians, whose interests are largely not reflective of broader society
The White House and the pharmaceutical industry were nearing a major deal to lower drug prices. Then the administration demanded that $100 cash cards be sent to millions of seniors before the election — and the industry balked.
He could be a rising star of the party, or an alt-right Trojan horse. Or maybe there's no difference between the two.
Christopher Ingraham"The GOP is recruiting its future leaders from a pool of people attracted to the furthest fringes of far-right thought simply because those are the only young people currently interested in being associated with organized GOP politics under Trump."