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Matt Taibbi

Matt Taibbi

Matt Taibbi is Rolling Stone’s chief political reporter. His predecessors include the likes of journalistic giants Hunter S. Thompson and P.J. O'Rourke. Taibbi's 2004 campaign journal "Spanking the Donkey" cemented his status as an incisive, irreverent, zero-bullshit reporter. His books include "Griftopia: A Story of Bankers, Politicians, and the Most Audacious Power Grab in American History" (2011), "The Great Derangement: A Terrifying True Story of War, Politics, and Religion" (2009), and "Smells Like Dead Elephants: Dispatches from a Rotting Empire" (2007).

Articles by this author

 

John Hickenlooper Is the New Joe Lieberman

What Lieberman was to antiwar Democrats, Colorado’s Hickenlooper is to environmentalists.

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Bernie Sanders’ Chances Depend on Taking Support from Biden, and Soon

"Scranton Joe" has proved a more difficult foil for Bernie Sanders than Hillary Clinton, particularly with working-class voters.

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Elizabeth Warren’s Rise Is a Plus for Issue Politics—And a Bad Sign for Billionaires

The press is choosing to view it in another light. That will only work for so long.

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Three Colliding Problems Leading to a New Economic Disaster

Last week's stock sell-off was merely the beginning of what's to come

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Trump Is Just One Player in a Much, Much Larger Tax Story

That big 'New York Times' expose should most of all remind us that upper-class tax evasion has been the norm for a generation

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Ten Years After the Crash, We’ve Learned Nothing

The great financial catastrophe of our times is still badly misunderstood, and led to grotesque consequences, including the election of Donald Trump

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The Cuomo-Nixon Debate Was a Preview of Democrat-DSA Battles to Come

Democrat Sith Lord Gov. Andrew Cuomo slimed his way past the corporate money issue and attacked Cynthia Nixon’s celebrity

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Beware the Slippery Slope of Facebook Censorship

The social network is too big and broken to properly function, and these “fixes” will only create more problems

Matt Taibbi ·

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