Hannah Fried: Election ’war games’ predict Trump won’t go quickly, quietly or easily
This week, Elizabeth Preza and Joshua Holland react to Steve Bannon's arrest, the Senate's bipartisan report on Russian election interference and the Democratic National Convention.
Then Joshua speaks to Hannah Fried of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, which participated in "war games" simulating what the country will face in the aftermath of the 2020 election.
The religious right has an ’absolutely horrifying’ game-plan for post-Roe America
How Joe Biden can seize the narrative — and save democracy in the process
Thom Hartmann: This is what a fascist American government would look like
Will Bunch: Uvalde cops ’illustrated what policing in America is really like’
Ari Rabin-Havt on campaigning with Bernie and swimming with sharks
Jeff Sharlet: Racist massacres are infectious by design
Joan Walsh: The elite panic over ’civility’ obscures growing GOP extremism
Women in red states advised to hide pregnancies ahead of Supreme Court ruling
Does Putin believe his own conspiracy theories? | Why the next Marine Le Pen could win
The scary link between Tucker Carlson’s tanning and authoritarianism
Oliver Willis: The Dems are sleep-walking their way to oblivion
Progressives are finally learning how to make their case to rural America
Elie Mystal: Let’s stop worshipping the ’slavers’ Constitution’
Are right-wing culture warriors shooting blanks? | The Red State murder wave
Red states turn their assaults on minorities up to 11
When the KKK managed public health | Ukraine shockwaves just beginning
The far left and hard right agree: Ukraine is all about Joe Biden
What one young Republican learned in Mississippi’s only CRT class
Ryan Grim on the killing of Amir Locke | US-style grievances are fueling Canada’s trucksurrection
Why do American police agencies have veto power over investigations into dirty cops?
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