As the resident Cap-ologist, I feel like it’s my job to cover The Falcon and Winter Soldier, which had the unenviable task of following Wandavision (which, while not ascending to the heights of
Unalloyed Good News Along with getting a new course ready for the Spring semester, I’ve been chewing over the Biden team’s stimulus proposal. The unalloyed good news is that it seems that
When we last left our heroes, Captain America and the Falcon had returned to New York City after liberating a Caribbean island from Nazis and once again foiling the Red Skull’s Cosmic Cube machinati
2019-2020 was not a great year for the left in American politics. After a rather astonishing April, where seemingly every major Presidential candidate got on board with single payer, job guarantees, a
As longtime readers will remember, I used to do a podcast about the Venture Brothers with my friend and colleague Elana Levin over at Graphic Policy. While we’re still on hiatus waiting for S
I direct your attention to the above New York Times article for absolutely no reason whatsoever. In conclusion, mint the damn coin.
When I said that Pelosi’s fiscal conservative tendencies were a weakness when it came to stimulus legislation, I didn’t think that an example would come along that would be quite so thuddi
The news that the Trump Administration wanted to hide has finally arrived: in addition to facing a literal pandemic in Covid-19, we are now also facing a pandemic of unemployment. The release of preli