Katrina vanden Heuvel

2014-02-03-BothSidesNowLogoPlaincolhirescopy1.jpg Matalin thinks that Trump can still come back while vanden Heuvel doubts it even though Hillary's no Bernie. But given Trump's awful polls/analytics/infrastructure/party split, Host sees a coming "Rolling Realignment" that'll change government & America.
If Sanders wins Iowa with MoveOn's support, then MoveOn could use this to credibly claim that on foreign policy Democratic voters don't value "experience" right now as much as they value "not getting us in more wars" and "peaceful solutions to prevent war," like the Iran deal.
After 17 years at the pioneering liberal website, she joins the country's oldest weekly magazine.
This is my second year at the Nantucket Film Festival, and this will probably be my one dispatch, mostly because I'm having too much fun to take time to write about it.
The magazine’s editor-in-chief since 1995, vanden Heuvel has presided over an unprecedented expansion in The Nation’s readership
Today The Nation -- long known as the “flagship of the left” -- marks its 150th anniversary with a special issue. Clocking
"This country should not go back to war," she said. "And if you feel so strongly, you should, with all due respect, enlist
The term "spring offensive" may be out of favor in the media, but more than 50 organizations endorsed a forum this past Friday with some of the media's best known editorial heavyweights, to discuss the most serious crisis journalistic freedom has faced in decades.
Some political leaders turn from talking about "me" and instead talk about "we." They believe in building a movement that will change things rather than just bragging about themselves and furthering their own careers, and because of that they do actually start changing things. That's what Elizabeth Warren does; that is who she is.
By seeking input and obtaining buy-in from the populace, de Blasio may have better luck than his predecessor even in the latter's chosen food arena.