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FWIW is a weekly newsletter tracking digital spending, strategy, and trends in our elections. How does the internet impact American politics? FWIW, it may surprise you.
Your trusty librarian connecting you with civic information. An enthusiastic explorer of .gov domains. An advocate of staying engaged, informed, and curious!
The Modernist is a free political newsletter published weekly, by me, Akhilesh. It’s all about politics, culture, and modernity. The biggest news in the week will be analyzed from a personal viewpoint, and such insights would be sent to your inbox every week. Hope you will enjoy The Modernist. If you have any suggestions or improvements, tag me on Twitter @akhileshas2021, and I’ll be happy to hear you. There Are Billions Of Political Newsletters, And I HATE SPAM! What Will You Give Other Than Them? No one likes spam. Even I hate it. So hereby I promise you I won’t spam you. So the question is what do I have other than the rest of the newsletters. I have read a lot of political newsletters. But they all cover topics that I don’t wish to hear. Topics I don’t wish to read. Or good topics handled in the world’s worst way. I give you political news insights from my personal viewpoint. I give you what I have to share with you. If you love what I give you, please share them, and like them, and recommend the newsletters to your friends, so that what you love will also reach them. I have my own way to look at things, and my own way to express my emotions. And I believe, that makes this newsletter special. Subscribe to get full access to the newsletter and website. Never miss an update. Stay up-to-date You won’t have to worry about missing anything. Every new edition of the newsletter goes directly to your inbox. Join the crew Be part of a community of people who share your interests.
Public Sphere is a newsletter for people trying to make sense of this current moment of global democratic decline — and not just in the context of Donald Trump. I’m particularly interested in the rise of misinformation driven by algorithms, and finding innovative ways to tell stories about that. As a journalist with reporting experience, historical knowledge, and language skills in Russia and Eastern Europe, I look to the region as a possible warning of how democracies can fall sometimes swiftly and sometimes imperceptibly.
Join us as we get curious on everything from Puglisim to Socialism. This is a community, so even if you don't share my politics, join us and come converse!
Stark Realities undermines official narratives, demolishes conventional wisdom and exposes fundamental myths across the political spectrum—with original reporting, deeply unorthodox policy arguments and excavations of key events buried by major media. “Brian McGlinchey is an absolutely outstanding reporter, with an enviable record in breaking stories and making waves” —Andrew Cockburn, Washington Editor, Harper’s Magazine “Brian McGlinchey is one of the most talented hell-raisers around” —James Bovard, Columnist, USA Today
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A newsletter deciphering the paradox of the fastest-growing, yet politically invisible Asian-American!
De wekelijkse nieuwsbrief van Marc Chavannes over het vergelijken van ideeën over de politiek, in praktijk en in theorie.
In een tijd van intellectuele verschraling, biedt De Groene verfrissende ideeën, nieuwe feiten en onverwachte inzichten.
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