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  • The Iranian
  • VICE
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  • The Outline
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Past articles by Eoin:

Delta's Anti-Union Pitch Draws Backlash

Signs from the airline saying that a year of union dues costs more than a gaming system have not gone over well. → Read More

Kushner Talks Of 'Accountability' For Crown Prince As Saudis Conduct Mass Beheadings Of 37, Mostly Shiites

Just as Jared Kushner answered questions about the close ties between the White House and Saudi Arabia in New York on Tuesday, the Middle Eastern kingdom beheaded 37 people in its largest mass execution in at last three years. The executions, of mostly Shiite men accused of terrorism-related crimes, were part of what Washington's Gulf … → Read More

As Bombs Rain Down On Gaza, Pelosi Praises AIPAC's 'Leadership'

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told AIPAC attendees Tuesday morning that Congressional support for Israel was "relentlessly bipartisan" only hours after Israeli bombs and missiles rained down on the Gaza Strip for a third day in a row. "Israel and America are connected now and forever," said Pelosi. "We will never allow anyone to make Israel … → Read More

Joe Biden's Problem: A Lot of Democrats Already Hate His Guts

The former vice president is leading in extremely early 2020 polls, but the party's progressive activists are dreading his candidacy. → Read More

The DSA Isn't 100 Percent Sure About Hopping on the Bernie Bus

Some Democratic Socialists of America wish their organization would sit this one out. → Read More

Democrats Across the Country Are Getting Hounded by Voters for Shying Away From the Green New Deal

“Climate delayers are the new climate deniers,” said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. → Read More

Bernie Sanders's 2020 Run Is Going to Be a Lot Harder Than 2016

The Vermont senator has officially entered the race, but can he recapture the momentum he had when going up against Hillary Clinton? → Read More

The worst possible 2020 candidates

F*ck, marry, kill, vote. → Read More

Kamala Harris Has to Reckon with the Democrats' 'Law and Order' Past

Kamala Harris is running as the candidate for "rule of law," but some progresssives see her as a symbol of an unjust system. → Read More

Will Progressives Buy Gillibrand's Crusade Against Big Money in Politics?

The 2020 presidential candidate is making corruption her number-one cause, but some activists are wary of her record and proximity to Wall Street. → Read More

A Shutdown for the 99 Percent, Concierge Government for the 1 Percent

Powerful real-estate interests successfully lobbied to avoid the consequences of the shutdown, while American workers go without pay. → Read More

The one thing that drives me nuts about “The Sopranos”

The show is nearly perfect. Except for one thing. → Read More

The year in far-right batshittery

They came, they saw, they melted down. → Read More

Don't Kid Yourself, Republicans Are Never Going to Turn on Trump

Removing the president from office will require GOP senators to break with him. That doesn't seem likely, no matter what Robert Mueller uncovers. → Read More

Rep. Antonio Delgado Backed a Green New Deal on the Campaign Trail, but Hasn’t Since the Election

The Green New Deal has gained traction in the Democratic caucus in the weeks since last month’s Democratic wave election. → Read More

Marc Andreesen's Twitter faves sure got weird

Is he a lurking member of the intellectual dark web? → Read More

Republicans Are Working Feverishly to Stop Minorities from Voting

Ahead of the most hyped midterms in recent years, progressives are fighting to turn out their voters while Republicans are trying to block them. → Read More

How to Fix America's Broken Imperial Foreign Policy After Trump

Jeffrey Sachs has a vision of how the world can work based on alliances and international law. → Read More

Obama’s Resistance to Investigating the Bush Administration Allowed Brett Kavanaugh to Skate Onto the Supreme Court

One of Barack Obama’s first decisions after being elected president continued to haunt the country as Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in. → Read More

Yale Legacy Admission Brett Kavanaugh Is Now the Swing Vote on Affirmative Action at Universities

A decades-old policy is now facing a legal challenge from the same conservative movement that shaped the ideology of Yale graduate Brett Kavanaugh. → Read More