We’ve just sort of accepted that investigations into the candidate who lost the 2016 election will continue into 2018. I can’t recall a time when people paid more attention, around the clock, to politics. Here’s a selection of pieces from publications other than The Washington Post, gathered to tell that story.
Source: The story of 2017, a year of political extremes, in 30 pieces
The New York University College Republicans cancelled an appearance by speaker James Merse — a liberal-turned-conservative who is openly gay … Source: NYU College Republicans cancel gay conservative speaker
Terrell: The conservative apparatchiks … Week after week, he rants, slashes, condemns, polarizes and dumps (for a better word) on the conservative people in this country. I just can’t recall a … The left says the conservatives in this country are at fault and are becoming less and less democratic. That is … […]
Oliver called the ultra-conservative company, which reaches an estimated 2.2 million American households via its 173 stations, the “most influential … Source: John Oliver exposes the media giant with lower standards than Breitbart taking over your local news