Jamelle Bouie
Jamelle Bouie Jamelle Bouie

Jamelle Bouie is Slates chief political correspondent.

Politics
Feb. 28 2018 2:52 PMThe Forever CampaignDonald Trump has been running for re-election all along.
Politics
Feb. 22 2018 5:24 PMArming Teachers Would Endanger Students of ColorDonald Trump’s proposal to arm teachers would make schools more dangerous for some students.
Politics
Feb. 15 2018 6:29 PMShow the CarnageIt’s time for Americans to see the true effects of mass shootings.
Politics
Feb. 13 2018 2:16 PMWelfare for the WealthyRepublican administrations always cut taxes on the rich to cut benefits for the poor.
Politics
Feb. 9 2018 12:44 PMChief DefenderJohn Kelly’s handling of Rob Porter shows how similar the chief of staff is to Trump.
Politics
Feb. 6 2018 1:44 PMThe Anti–Worker’s PartyDonald Trump has harmed the working-class voters he promised to protect.
Politics
Feb. 1 2018 1:07 PMThe Fight for a White AmericaA century ago, nativists won the battle over immigration. The Trump administration is determined to repeat it.
Politics
Jan. 30 2018 5:20 PMThe Trump TestThe president’s recklessness is a stress test for American democracy.
Reconstruction
Jan. 25 2018 4:14 PMReconstruction, ReconstructedThe historiography that helped white supremacy survive the collapse of the Confederacy.
Politics
Jan. 23 2018 12:13 PMFever DreamRepublicans don’t actually want to help Dreamers.
Reconstruction
Jan. 16 2018 9:52 AMA Coup in North CarolinaHow white supremacists overthrew Wilmington’s legally elected city government.
Politics
Jan. 12 2018 8:19 AMDonald Trump Is a Racist
Politics
Jan. 10 2018 1:55 PMThe Working White HouseDonald Trump’s distractions give cover to an administration that is quietly enacting its policy goals.
Trumpcast
Jan. 5 2018 10:56 AMThe Commission Is Dead, Not the MissionHow will the fight against voting rights continue after the disbanding of Trump’s voter-fraud commission?
Politics
Jan. 2 2018 6:58 PMThe Trump BrandDonald Trump’s historic unpopularity will define his presidency.
Politics
Feb. 26 2018 5:30 PMWhat Exactly Is Ivanka Doing?The first daughter makes a mockery of anti-nepotism laws.
Represent
Feb. 17 2018 5:10 PMWakanda ForeverThree critics hold a spoiler-filled discussion of Black Panther.
Movies
Feb. 15 2018 12:57 PMBlack Panther Is a Marvel Movie Superpowered by Its IdeasIt isn’t just great for what it is. It’s great for what it says.
Trumpcast
Feb. 12 2018 2:49 PMThe Effects of Reckless RhetoricWill the Republican Party ever be able to rid itself of Trump’s hateful speech?
Politics
Feb. 7 2018 4:09 PMTrickle DownThe Republican corruption in Washington has rolled down to the states.
Politics
Feb. 5 2018 2:12 PMThe Trump DisciplesRepublican candidates across the country are trying to replicate Trump’s formula of bigotry and anger.
Politics
Jan. 31 2018 12:15 AMState ActorsPresident Trump used people of color as cover for his anti-immigrant policies.
Politics
Jan. 29 2018 7:19 PMICE UnboundTrump has empowered a draconian deportation force that can’t distinguish the real immigration threats.
Politics
Jan. 23 2018 7:11 PMThe Battle Before the WarDemocrats are recruiting credible, well-funded challengers up and down the ballot. Republicans aren’t.
Politics
Jan. 19 2018 5:45 PMToo LateRepublicans’ failure to govern has pushed government to the brink.
Politics
Jan. 16 2018 6:06 AMDonald Trump’s Enduring PromiseReopening the wounds of racial grievance will be Donald Trump’s most lasting achievement.
Trumpcast
Jan. 11 2018 8:03 PMThe Immigration Fight EscalatesWill the White House bend on its campaign promises?
Politics
Jan. 8 2018 6:13 PMWhy Do Republicans Keep Defending Donald Trump?As the president gets more unhinged, the party rallies to his defense.
Politics
Jan. 4 2018 5:54 PMElectoral FraudPresident Trump disbanded his election integrity commission, but Republicans will keep fighting to suppress Democratic votes.
Reconstruction
Dec. 29 2017 5:00 AMWhen Tyranny HappenedThe federal government’s legalization of racial violence after the Civil War.

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