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Recent articles by Joe:

CNN: The comedy news network?

Can CNN succeed by doing comedy that alienates more than half its potential audience right out of the gate? → Read More

The swamp comes for Joe Biden

Now Biden has what no president wants: A special counsel hanging over him for the foreseeable future. → Read More

Elon Musk shows shadow-banning of conservatives no conspiracy theory

The free press should care about free speech. About transparency and fair play. → Read More

What Biden’s ‘Where’s Jackie?’ moment says about the media

As the president’s age continues to present itself in very public ways, it’s difficult to see how the party will get behind him when the 2024 campaign kicks off. → Read More

For journalists, Trump continues to be the gift that keeps on giving

It’s reasonable for so many journalists to want to write about a president. Problem is, they’re fixated on the wrong one. → Read More

Why has fact-checking disappeared under Biden?

The perception of fact-checkers has taken a big hit, at least among Republicans and independents. → Read More

Biden continues to stiff-arm the press

Almost all news outlets would be up in arms if a Republican administration stiff-armed the press so blatantly → Read More

The Dark Brandon rises

A Quinnipiac poll taken earlier this year shows a plurality of Americans believe Biden has done more to divide than unite the country. → Read More

Despite leaving government, Anthony Fauci ain’t going anywhere

It is virtually guaranteed that Fauci will not forfeit his greatest love and habit: Appearing on camera. → Read More

Young voters flee Biden — but who is the alternative?

Time is not on Biden’s side. But time is the one thing Democrats have. The question is whether a viable alternative to Biden will emerge in the next two years. → Read More

Why national pride is evaporating in America

Americans are known for their optimism, but things feel different lately, and for good reason. → Read More

Matthew McConaughey: The moderate voice of reason America craves

Unlike most of our leaders on the left, who vilify gun owners and the NRA after every school shooting, McConaughey took a different approach. → Read More

Can CNN really pivot to the center under Chris Licht?

If Licht were to clean house, there won’t exactly be too many loyal viewers upset with the development. → Read More

Hidin’ Biden: The 16 long weeks since Biden’s last TV interview

The president’s handlers simply are too afraid, too cautious, too controlling to allow the commander in chief to answer crucial questions. → Read More

Georgia voting explosion marks beginning of the end for Stacey Abrams

Voting rights will no longer be an important issue come the November midterms. Because as Georgia shows us, it’s not really an issue at all. → Read More

The unforgiving pitfalls of student loan debt forgiveness

This is obviously an effort to energize the Democratic Party’s liberal base ahead of the midterms 180 days from now. → Read More

Joe Manchin: 2024 Democratic savior?

Don’t dismiss Manchin as a viable candidate and as the savior of the Democratic Party in two years. → Read More

Hispanics are abandoning Biden in droves. Here’s why

The Latino community is leading the exodus from Biden — a prospect the Democratic Party could not have imagined 15 months ago. → Read More

Made-for-TV UN Security Council is officially worthless

he U.N. is your made-for-TV body now — soaring speeches given by serious-looking leaders portraying themselves as collaborators seeking solutions through unity and strength. → Read More

Elon Musk, free-speech absolutist, may be Trump’s Twitter ticket

Money talks — and given that Musk has more of it than just about anybody on the planet, the safe bet is that whatever Musk wants on Twitter, Musk ultimately will get. → Read More