Articles by Stephen Prager
The inspirational yet vacuous fare that makes a fetish out of individual grit and achievement is funded by a right-wing billionaire who wants you to forget about systemic causes of injustice.
California’s governor is being touted as a successor to the Biden throne. Though he’s often imagined as a beacon of progress, his feckless record shows otherwise.
The credulity of the media is helping one of the GOP’s most extreme candidates rebrand herself as “the adult in the room.”
The president’s defenders think voters are ungrateful for a good economy. But people’s economic experiences vary widely, and much of the country has little to appreciate Biden for.
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The deepfake era threatens to further erode people’s ability to tell truth from lies, and bring cynicism and conspiracism to new levels. We can keep this from happening, but it will take the hard work of building trustworthy media institutions.
A recent ruling against the Internet Archive for copyright infringement threatens a treasured and critical public institution: our libraries.
Jim Jordan’s Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government is a joke. We need a serious investigation into the government’s abuses of power.
Some Republicans would endorse an end to democracy before accepting the defeat of the conservative political project, and, if you listen closely, you’ll notice that they don’t hesitate to say it out loud.
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