What’s Love (and Shakespeare) Got to Do with It?

By Regina Schwartz Last year saw a victory for a US President running on a platform of hatred, and a …

Why Hillary’s Loss Still Hurts

By Ani Kokobobo A friend of mine masochistically watches the DNC video of Hillary Clinton shattering the glass ceiling after …

The Politics of Optimism

By Kate Jenkins On the night of the election, I’m embarrassed now to admit, I wore the white uniform so …

We Wish You Great Harm

By Dan Sinykin I listened to Barack Obama’s first inaugural address on a bus, in the desert, in Israel, while jets …

America, America

“Appalled by the state of affairs, realizing the greatness and the nearness of the danger . . . and thinking, …

Me on Remnick on Trump

By Pete Tosiello Last month, Ad Age named David Remnick its Editor of the Year, in an announcement which simultaneously …

A Modest Political Proposal

By Peter Lunenfeld The political arithmetic of the 2016 presidential election is not looking good for the losers. New York, Philadelphia, Boston, …