Joan Walsh

Joan Walsh chastised the president for insinuating that women are "here to make salads for men."
Things pick up essentially where they left off -- Rudyard Funn and Eric Chapman, owner/undertakers of two rival funeral homes
Matt Bruenig raised more than double his goal in just a few hours.
“He’s getting so much praise for what a woman could absolutely never ask for."
After 17 years at the pioneering liberal website, she joins the country's oldest weekly magazine.
The alliance between Salon and McCain against Rand Paul is an interesting coming together of political foes. Essentially, their loathing of Paul overcomes their loathing of each other.
Much ink is spilt in end-of-year recaps this time of year, but the most compelling national analysis so far came from Joan Walsh of Salon. She proclaimed 2013 as the year "Americans discovered the crisis of the working poor." But unfortunately Congress still hasn't discovered it.
She continues, Do you agree with Walsh's stance on the Voting Rights Act decision? Comment below! "They are showing us that
2011-11-29-20111107bothsidesnow.jpgSpitzer & Matalin discuss SOTU: Not bold (Nat'l Journal)? Liberal boilerplate (McConnell)? Or an historic bid to shrink inequality and leave a progressive legacy? Then: Given Rubio's flop sweat and cliches, is he old whine in a new bottle?
2011-11-29-20111107bothsidesnow.jpgCantor softens GOP rhetoric -- a start? Obama tries a permanent campaign of aggressive, progressive governance -- that succeeding? And the famous and tired Secretary of State leaves after one term to ponder a presidential bid -- worked for Jefferson, will it for Hillary?
Real progress will happen when grown-ups no longer choose to listen to grown men behaving like children, or defend grown men behaving like children on the grounds that it's "entertaining."
Comedian Lizz Winstead -- recently named HuffPost's "Greatest Person Of The Day" -- has spent her summer performing benefit
In the past, we have relied on politicians to be truthful and honest. That, sadly, is no longer the case.
You've probably heard the news: I'm stepping down from editorial management at Salon. But I'm certainly not leaving -- too many headlines used that shorthand to say I'm giving up my editing job.
*** UPDATE BELOW *** UPDATE: In a post on Salon this evening, Walsh says that she isn't completely leaving the site and that
At the Good Men Project Magazine, we want to believe that there are a few good men in politics. We need to believe it. So we spent the last few months looking for them.