Clio Chang, The New Republic

Clio Chang

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Past articles by Clio:

I Lost My Job Cleaning Houses and Don’t Know Where I Go From Here

When the pandemic hit, my employers told me, “Do not come right now.” No one paid me for those cancellations. → Read More

How to Save Journalism

The biggest threat to the health of the media industry is Silicon Valley. And the antidote might just be organized labor. → Read More

Why Is Bill de Blasio’s Presidential Dream a Sad Joke?

The mayor of New York City was once a hero on the left. His inability to rouse interest in a run says a lot about him as a politician—as well as the current anxieties of the Democratic Party. → Read More

How GOP Lawmakers Ignore the Will of the People

In 2016, voters passed a raft of liberal ballot initiatives. Now Republicans are throwing them out. → Read More

Megyn Kelly’s Career Trajectory Is a Republican Parable

Kelly rose to fame stoking racial divisions, but now she has a few regrets. Sound familiar? → Read More

An Oral History of the Trump Administration

As told through anonymous quotes from White House and Republican officials → Read More

Is Neo Yokio a Satire of the One Percent? Or a Loving Tribute?

The new Netflix anime series walks a fine line between parody and homage, while hinting at the great show it could become. → Read More

Lindsey Graham Is the Biggest Fraud in the Senate

The architect of a draconian Obamacare repeal bill is proof that there are no more Republican moderates. → Read More

Why Bernie Sanders’s Medicare for All Plan Is Good Politics

Liberal opponents of the bill say it is damaged goods. But Sanders’s proposal is a savvy way to push health care reform in a new direction. → Read More

Under Donald Trump, the Poor Have Never Been More Vulnerable

New poverty data from the Census Bureau reveals the extent of the damage that Trump and Paul Ryan could do to America’s neediest communities. → Read More

How Not to Adapt a Manga Classic

Netflix's "Death Note" is a case study in whitewashing a great story so thoroughly that it becomes unrecognizable. → Read More

Yes, Democrats Have a Fundraising Problem

The DNC is lagging its Republican counterpart, largely because of a fractured fundraising system. → Read More

How Democrats Gave Us Trump’s Immigration Nightmare

America’s anti-immigrant, enforcement-first framework has been decades in the making. Can Democrats undo it? → Read More

Charlottesville’s Faces of Hate

The white supremacists of the Trump era have no need to don the hood. → Read More

Tablet Magazine can’t fight ACLU on the merits, so it decided on a smear campaign instead.

On Monday, Liel Leibovitz wrote a piece at Tablet calling out the ACLU for its stance on the Israel Anti-Boycott Act, a recently proposed measure that would make it a felony for Americans to support the international boycott against Israel. Infractions would result in a minimum civil penalty of $250,000 and a maximum criminal penalty of $1 million and 20 years in prison. In response to this… → Read More

Politicon Is the Perfect Media Racket for the Trump Era

Rarely has an event made the connection between politics and entertainment so explicit. → Read More

Trump’s Secret Diplomatic Tool: His Granddaughter

How Arabella Trump's much-flaunted fluency in Mandarin sends a subtle message to China's ruling class. → Read More

How Andrew Cuomo Keeps the Left in Check

There is plenty of room to mount a progressive challenge against the Democratic governor. Why hasn't anyone stepped up? → Read More

Why Urban Dictionary Is Horrifically Racist

The crowd-sourced repository of internet slang is rife with racist and sexist content. But owner Aaron Peckham doesn't seem to care. → Read More

What Killed Single-Payer In California?

If single-payer can't pass with Democratic super-majorities in the Golden State, that raises serious questions about any national effort. → Read More