“They [the French] were starting to learn German in Paris before the U.S. came along. Pay for NATO or not!”
Debating the party’s “Rule 34” without knowing that phrase’s subtext shows the Democrats are still leagues behind their opposition in understanding internet subculture.
Not everyone in the California wildfires can afford such protection.
The campaign to “abolish ICE” (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) was prominently endorsed by many figures on the new American left.
The New Statesman America team chew it over.
It’s time to hit the panic button, people.
The New Statesman podcast with Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush.
Civil rights groups will not miss Sessions, but the manner of his departure and its potential consequences are deeply troubling
As of this morning, Brian Kemp was leading by about 75,000 votes in the gubernatorial race. Between January and August this year, he cancelled more than 85,000 voter registrations.
Kevin Spacey had been banished thanks to a sub-plot of his own, and the female president reflected Trump supporters’ fevered imaginations.
Good campaigns can lose. Bad campaigns can win.