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Founded in 1969, the Washington Monthly is a political magazine that illuminates the ideas and characters that animate America's government.

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This week, @robshapiro writes that Trump and the GOP are risking an all out economic depression. Read his take here… https://t.co/nRveqxcJiY
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyDavid Brooks posits that Trump’s worldview will remain the paradigm on which the future of the GOP will be built. A… https://t.co/upjqO6PGlQBlatant photoshopping is child’s play, and to misuse an image of the former vice president in prayer is beyond the… https://t.co/6sikDxFlha
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyMitch McConnell is helpless. He lacks the votes to pass anything unless it relies almost entirely on Democratic vot… https://t.co/AIUI0GQa6bThe attorney general plans to toss aside Justice Department guidelines on restrictions against interference in elec… https://t.co/ZGS5Tztv9W
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyIf the Biden campaign really wants to disrupt Trump’s surprising hold on a third of Latinx voters, it will have to… https://t.co/xe6CBpH0O9
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyMore than 600,000 more Democrats have requested mail-in ballots than Republicans in Florida. @BooMan23 explains why… https://t.co/p0H3TdJLVI
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyBlatant photoshopping is child’s play, and to misuse an image of the former vice president in prayer is beyond the… https://t.co/6sikDxFlhaLatino advocacy groups say the Biden campaign will have to do more to make inroads with undecided Hispanic voters.… https://t.co/eNTSHjp6ZP
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyOne of the biggest things needed from @JoeBiden is to ramp up the efforts to educate voters about their vote by mai… https://t.co/zrzQv4I3ML
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyIf the Biden campaign really wants to disrupt Trump’s surprising hold on a third of Latinx voters, it will have to… https://t.co/xe6CBpH0O9This morning I'll be talking to @WritersinBMore schools kids about finding the differences between facts and spin,… https://t.co/yXAMizTlUj
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyA programming note: I'm slated to have an interview air on @CBSSunday this weekend about the state of higher educat… https://t.co/soXfyyxlSI
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyWhen it comes to health care — especially Medicaid expansion — even voters in red states are making it clear that t… https://t.co/T9qk3iEq1w
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyMore than 600,000 more Democrats have requested mail-in ballots than Republicans in Florida. @BooMan23 explains why… https://t.co/p0H3TdJLVIThe attorney general plans to toss aside Justice Department guidelines on restrictions against interference in elec… https://t.co/ZGS5Tztv9WDOJ prosecutor John Durham’s findings, no matter how inconsequential, will most likely be used by the attorney gene… https://t.co/peA2MBbSb7
Retweeted by Washington Monthly.@robshapiro talks with @RichFrenchLive discussing his @monthly piece about GOP and #depression risks. Watch here:… https://t.co/MMnLya5TDQ
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyA thoughtful op-ed about the liability shield in the COVID bill from @WashULaw Prof @danepps and @GeorgetownLaw Pro… https://t.co/kQJ7smy8Ko
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyGreat op-ed from @mariaglover and @danepps on the total proposed fail of the HEALS act. GOP is hiding nearly total… https://t.co/tQrMTrfHQA
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyProud beneficiary of our new hospital ranking system. https://t.co/RJZloetUnP https://t.co/DR7wbuNAVH
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyThis week, @robshapiro writes that Trump and the GOP are risking an all out economic depression. Read his take here… https://t.co/nRveqxcJiY
8/7
2020
Senator John Cornyn’s SAFE TO WORK Act bill represents an assault on the American civil justice system that is with… https://t.co/lJNt2vvdhe
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyDOJ prosecutor John Durham’s findings, no matter how inconsequential, will most likely be used by the attorney gene… https://t.co/peA2MBbSb7The president’s new strategy is to claim vote-by-mail is good for Republican states, bad for Democratic states, wri… https://t.co/IfGaGlHzrg
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyInstead of arguing about #votebymail, why not read this week's Response and see what actually works? With stories f… https://t.co/Q5O4lmpXXy
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyDe facto hospital segregation magnifies underlying racial and class disparities in health, writes @glastris and… https://t.co/yzI1tTyUP8
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyThe president’s new strategy is to claim vote-by-mail is good for Republican states, bad for Democratic states, wri… https://t.co/IfGaGlHzrgProud beneficiary of our new hospital ranking system. https://t.co/RJZloetUnP https://t.co/DR7wbuNAVHIf you want procedure to solve difficult issues, balance valid but competing considerations, and achieve important… https://t.co/XoTPFoXEig
Retweeted by Washington Monthly“There are steps Congress might take that would strike an appropriate balance between victim’s interests, the need… https://t.co/FCPeGuXKky
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyJoin us!! https://t.co/uDXarFldAPT-30 minutes. Join part two of our two-part panel series focused on how concentration in the hospital sector is c… https://t.co/eOMqVcBqor
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyAn expert dissection showing how Cornryn and McConnell want to functionally immunize businesses from liability for… https://t.co/ultFodMcbj
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyWhen it comes to health care — especially Medicaid expansion — even voters in red states are making it clear that t… https://t.co/T9qk3iEq1wSenator John Cornyn’s SAFE TO WORK Act bill represents an assault on the American civil justice system that is with… https://t.co/lJNt2vvdheThis handy 🧵 boils down much of the @monthly essay on why the post office matters. https://t.co/mYqXOiG1Xl
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyThe Republican COVID liability shield bill is extreme and dangerous, @mariaglover and I explain in @monthly: https://t.co/XPLLyl1qZS
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyFor digital publishers (like me) or human beings (I am one of those, too), this is a brilliant, revelatory, and hop… https://t.co/6hjoVNCbnM
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyFor decades, Congress’s attitude toward the post office has ranged from neglect to hostility, argues @BillPascrell.… https://t.co/d2MJmQoziX
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyThe White House and congressional Republicans are balking at a second, comparable round of emergency assistance, wr… https://t.co/cA4EYdFwtw
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyTrump will undermine faith in the results in November and prevent the country from uniting, however briefly, around… https://t.co/652WYySb0uIf Trump loses, the majority of Americans will breathe a sigh of relief and, understandably, welcome some peace and… https://t.co/44v6CVeRN7Only a handful of famous hospitals do a good job of treating poorer communities. In this important op-ed, @glastrishttps://t.co/IP8sgO5i3w
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyTrump is actively trying to destroy the post office, but republican vandalism and antipathy to USPS goes back decad… https://t.co/KZAPibRKQn
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8/6
2020
For decades, Congress’s attitude toward the post office has ranged from neglect to hostility, argues @BillPascrell.… https://t.co/d2MJmQoziXAmerican hospitals are still segregated. That’s killing people of color, writes @glastris and @LongmanPhil in… https://t.co/6UCn8K2Com
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyAmerica’s deeply segregated hospital system may have played a largely unnoticed but outsized role in killing Black… https://t.co/mGwzHaBN69
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyPerspective | American hospitals are still segregated. That's killing people of color. https://t.co/8YRTVuscHC via @nuzzel thanks @monthly
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyThe president isn’t simply a bad apple that will cleanse the Republican Party once it is removed, writes… https://t.co/GG0Gg5fJVnAn opinion piece in the @washingtonpost ​about how JPS achieves strong patient outcomes while being #alwaysready to… https://t.co/b6kfJZRudx
Retweeted by Washington Monthly.@robshapiro interview tonight 10-11 pm EDT on @jimbotalks about his @monthly analysis of Trump & GOP risks with th… https://t.co/4X5tDrLxds
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyEssential reading from @glastris and @LongmanPhil: "America’s deeply segregated hospital system may have ... played… https://t.co/V4mA0gTHdA
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyNew piece in @washingtonpost by our policy director @LongmanPhil and @glastris of @monthly: America’s hospital sys… https://t.co/1SdRT3OUsa
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyAlong with housing, we have to end hospital segregation to ensure better outcomes for people of color. https://t.co/w0Q2ihlYuT
Retweeted by Washington MonthlySegregated hospitals (!!!) help explain why people of color are suffering more from #COVID19. @glastris and… https://t.co/xjpltx0V59
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyAmerica’s deeply segregated hospital system may have played a largely unnoticed but outsized role in killing Black… https://t.co/mGwzHaBN69Conservative efforts to reverse engineer Trump’s comments on delaying the election as “protecting presidential powe… https://t.co/ZlNCpAoeNbWhat if hospitals are just like other American institutions? What if the prestigious ones build their wealth by mo… https://t.co/m8hi7aaKAD
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyTrump’s freewheeling, insult-heavy style in 2016 was never a “strategy,” writes @BooMan23. He’s wrong to think it w… https://t.co/WCIOfiIXaMThe White House and congressional Republicans are balking at a second, comparable round of emergency assistance, wr… https://t.co/cA4EYdFwtwAlong with @openmarkets and @lowninstitute, we invite you to the second in a two-part panel series focused on how c… https://t.co/0Bsw4pnLpZ
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyFormer Republican consultant @stuartpstevens has managed the incredibly difficult task of examining his loyalty to… https://t.co/DmPeDOVBnu
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyAnd it will be Roger Marshall vs. Democrat @BarbaraBollier in Kansas! https://t.co/jYb5yZNdBU
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyAs tonight’s Kansas primary results roll in, it’s worth noting that whoever wins the Republican primary will face o… https://t.co/K6xIbRCdrjIn his book “Becoming Wild,” @carlsafina argues that the skills, traditions, and dialects that animals have innovat… https://t.co/eq450yxe9yTrump’s victory in 2016 was the fluke of the outsider, not the strategy of a winner, writes @BooMan23. Against Bide… https://t.co/wLBUK7K8qg
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyRight-wing reporter Sheryl Attkisson wrote a piece designed to give Trump supporters permission to dismiss fact che… https://t.co/kG01DPo5coFormer Republican consultant @stuartpstevens has managed the incredibly difficult task of examining his loyalty to… https://t.co/DmPeDOVBnu
8/5
2020
Please join us for this free webinar on Thursday! https://t.co/6zhh6pwdZ9
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyTrump’s presidency has been shrouded in misinformation. As @Smartypants60 writes, it should come as no surprise tha… https://t.co/uhW5OlBXuH
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyTrump’s victory in 2016 was the fluke of the outsider, not the strategy of a winner, writes @BooMan23. Against Bide… https://t.co/wLBUK7K8qgTrump’s presidency has been shrouded in misinformation. As @Smartypants60 writes, it should come as no surprise tha… https://t.co/uhW5OlBXuHAlong with @openmarkets and @lowninstitute, we invite you to the second in a two-part panel series focused on how c… https://t.co/0Bsw4pnLpZPlease join us for this free webinar on Thursday! https://t.co/6zhh6pwdZ9Having given up on both truth and policy, all the Republicans have left is their desire for power, with racism as a… https://t.co/UjEeBDFa6RModerates and liberals believe we need a dramatic jump in public investment in infrastructure. That might be the c… https://t.co/FYKWegbDkpThe initial reaction from Trump and his enablers will be to attack the VP with everything they’ve got.… https://t.co/EkWiBmeled
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyWhite working class voters were never inseparably wed to Donald Trump, writes @BooMan23. They still form his strong… https://t.co/LTZKO0eMAs
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyThe initial reaction from Trump and his enablers will be to attack the VP with everything they’ve got.… https://t.co/EkWiBmeledWhite working class voters were never inseparably wed to Donald Trump, writes @BooMan23. They still form his strong… https://t.co/LTZKO0eMAs
8/4
2020
Biden actually has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to choosing just one of the women under consideration t… https://t.co/2PGZLf7erj
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyThe collapse of Trump’s advantage with white voters is having an impact on races in every state, including Republic… https://t.co/Fa2BLAELSK
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyWhoever Biden chooses as vice-president should not automatically be the party’s ideological lodestone for the next… https://t.co/Av4LRRXeyl
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyBiden actually has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to choosing just one of the women under consideration t… https://t.co/2PGZLf7erjThis piece by @booman23 makes me hopeful. "For the first time in a long time, the country will get less polarized.… https://t.co/e2tkNo4XGe
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyThe collapse of Trump’s advantage with white voters is having an impact on races in every state, including Republic… https://t.co/Fa2BLAELSKWhoever Biden chooses as vice-president should not automatically be the party’s ideological lodestone for the next… https://t.co/Av4LRRXeyl.@monthly editor Paul Glastris tells @ScottGordonNBC5: "I would say to these other hospitals, try to be more like JPS."
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyAt the TOP: JPS Health Network is the best in the nation, according to new ranking that measures how well hospitals… https://t.co/fcISZmkW4F
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyAnd I agreed with you in March! https://t.co/5OiSNXMXoL https://t.co/2drDTxOrM5
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyFor years, activists worried that #VoteByMail only worked in majority white suburbs and rural counties. Here's anot… https://t.co/gv696tX2pH
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyIt’s adopting universal vote by mail, sending every voter a ballot and keeping in-person vote options for those who… https://t.co/tog7ScSenv
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyIf Biden could make some rural inroads, not only would he secure the states he must win, but he’d start hauling in… https://t.co/YMg7QMew4Q
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyAs long as the virus is raging, you can’t open schools without exposing teachers, administrators, parents and the c… https://t.co/CgNtfWL5gs
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8/3
2020
If Biden could make some rural inroads, not only would he secure the states he must win, but he’d start hauling in… https://t.co/YMg7QMew4QAs long as the virus is raging, you can’t open schools without exposing teachers, administrators, parents and the c… https://t.co/CgNtfWL5gsAfter the immediate danger of Trump is passed, Democratic voters should be at liberty to freely choose the directio… https://t.co/vExHwyLvCc
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyYou cannot force an entire country’s citizens to sacrifice their lives on the altar of Steve Mnuchin’s investment r… https://t.co/J3PZ5vZ5TN
Retweeted by Washington MonthlyThe president and his son-in-law were content to allow tens of thousands of Americans die as long as they were most… https://t.co/W7BM8K6GdE
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8/2
2020

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