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The End of Truthiness: Stephen Colbert’s Sublime Finale

The man behind the desk is a fictional character—a ferocious patriot exposing the limits of rigid ideology. But the real Colbert has always been on …

Firefly Space Systems charges full-speed toward low Earth orbit

True believers build rockets, engines, and space dreams on the Texas prairie.<p>CEDAR PARK, TEXAS—Former SpaceX engineer Tom Markusic has brought …

Sarah Palin picks imaginary fight with Elizabeth Warren, loses

Birth of a whistle-blower: How Edward Snowden became Edward Snowden

<b>(AP)</b><p>Early chat records reveal that Snowden supported government secrecy — until he saw how it really worked<p>Luke Harding<p>February 7, 2014 3:00pm (UTC)<p>Excerpted from “The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World’s Most Wanted Man”<p>In late December 2001, someone calling themselves ‘TheTrueHOOHA’ had …

Golden Glow

The South is holding America hostage

<b>(Brandon Bourdages, Paul Wishart via Shutterstock/Salon)</b><p>The Tea Party’s not crazy — they had a plan. Now liberals and progressives need one, too<p>Michael Lind<p>October 13, 2013 10:59am (UTC)<p>When I have described the well-considered, coherent political and economic strategies of the conservative white …

Tea Party radicalism is misunderstood: Meet the “Newest Right”

<b>(AP/Manuel Balce Ceneta)</b><p>Our sense of the force currently paralyzing the government is full of misconceptions — including what to call it<p>Michael Lind<p>October 6, 2013 11:05am (UTC)<p>To judge from the commentary inspired by the shutdown, most progressives and centrists, and even many non-Tea Party …

New Portraits by Andrew Salgado | Colossal

<p>Artist Andre Salgado (previously here and here) wows us again with a new body of work completed in the last few months for exhibitions at Le Petite …