Jacob Weisberg
Jacob Weisberg Jacob Weisberg

Jacob Weisberg is chairman and editor-in-chief of The Slate Group and author of The Bush Tragedy. Follow him on Twitter.

Politics
April 18 2016 1:09 PMHow the GOP Is Losing Its Grip on Working-Class RepublicansThe Tea Party was a red herring. The real revolt of the Republican rank-and-file is upon us.
Trumpcast
April 14 2016 2:47 PMA Public Display of AutoeroticismHow much has Trump changed over the last 20 years?
Trumpcast
April 7 2016 2:07 PMWhen Trump Doesn’t WinWashington Post columnist E.J. Dionne talks about why this time it really is the end of Donald Trump.
Trumpcast
April 1 2016 10:28 AMThis Podcast Isn’t NeutralGlenn Greenwald on neutrality, objectivity, and the history of an opinionated press.
Trumpcast
March 28 2016 9:29 AMI LOVE Women!Who are the women supporting Donald Trump despite his misogyny?
Trumpcast
March 21 2016 9:33 AMA Campus OutlierWhat does it feel like to support Donald Trump on a college campus?
Trumpcast
March 16 2016 11:48 AMLet’s Talk to a ShrinkDiscussing narcissistic personality disorder with clinical psychologist Dr. Ben Michaelis.
Politics
March 11 2016 10:47 AMIs Hillary Clinton Likable Enough to Beat Donald Trump?Yes, but it won’t be easy.
Politics
March 4 2016 10:41 AMAn Eclectic ExtremistDonald Trump’s distinctly American authoritarianism draws equally from the wacko right and wacko left.
Politics
Jan. 8 2016 5:56 AMThe Road to ReagandomHow Reagan’s eight-year gig as the host of General Electric Theater sparked his conservative conversion and became the genesis of his political career. 
Politics
Aug. 13 2015 2:31 PMTrump’s Alpha-Male AppealWhat explains the loutish billionaire’s polls and popularity.
Politics
June 5 2015 5:41 PMWhy Obama Should Offer Edward Snowden a DealHe may have broken the law, but he’s the definition of a whistleblower.
Politics
Jan. 14 2015 6:00 AMMy First Byline: Interning at the New Republic in 1986Watch Jacob Weisberg and William Saletan talk about the start of their journalism careers.
Politics
Nov. 18 2014 3:50 PMAn Imperial President?Hardly. The smarter Republican response is to pass their own legislation, not howl in protest.
Foreigners
Oct. 9 2014 10:28 AMCapturing the NewsPresident Erdogan’s new style of media censorship is less brutal—and much more effective.
Trumpcast
April 18 2016 9:41 AM(Moral) Larceny … With Flair!Talking with Newsweek contributor Wayne Barrett about Donald Trump’s shady business practices.
Politics
April 8 2016 1:53 PMTrump on IceHe probably won’t be the nominee. So how will the GOP get rid of him?
Trumpcast
April 5 2016 1:02 PMWhat’s With the White Working Class?Barbara Ehrenreich talks about the eroding “psychological wage” fueling Trump supporters.
Trumpcast
March 31 2016 1:28 PMThe GOP’s Top Trump BusterHow can an open convention play out like a game of Risk?
Trumpcast
March 25 2016 11:15 AMBrussels, ISIS, and IslamWhat do 1.6 billion Muslims think of Trump?
Trumpcast
March 18 2016 11:20 AMA Contested Convention?What does the fight look like if Trump arrives below the delegate threshold?
Trumpcast
March 16 2016 11:47 AMIs Donald Trump a Racist?Talking with Jamelle Bouie about his recent cover story, “How Trump Happened.”
Obit
March 6 2016 9:28 PMRonald Reagan’s ProtectorNancy Reagan was the greatest guardian of her husband’s reputation.
Year of Great Books
March 4 2016 9:09 AMWhat Should We Read Next?Help us choose the next title for “A Year of Great Books.”
Politics
Oct. 9 2015 11:37 AMWhat Happened at Slate This Week?What the magazine taught me about Joe Biden, the banality of good, and fake sounds in action flicks.
Behind the Scenes
July 27 2015 3:45 PMThe Great Writing Vs. Talking DebateIs it harder to be a good writer or a good talker?
Behind the Scenes
Feb. 13 2015 2:37 PMSlate Remembers David CarrThe Times media reporter had an outsize influence in the lives and careers of many Slate staffers.
The Big Idea
Dec. 15 2014 6:29 PMStop Publishing the Sony HacksYou’re not promoting free speech—you’re helping to censor.
Politics
Nov. 5 2014 9:06 AMWashington Gridlock Cannot Get Any WorseCooperation on some matters may make more sense than obstruction.
Politics
June 11 2014 10:42 AMWhy Cantor LostThe House majority leader lost because he tried to pander to Tea Party and non-Tea Party alike.

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