Jesse Stanchak

Jesse Stanchak is a writer living in Washington, D.C.

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July 2 2006 5:24 AMThe government spends $1.3 billion on farm subsidies for non-farmers
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June 3 2006 6:32 AMWhat's the logic behind the Dr. Wen Ho Lee settlement split?
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March 12 2006 6:02 AMSo Long, Milosevic
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Jan. 8 2006 5:59 AMDeLay Blunted, Blunt Undelayed
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Dec. 10 2005 6:37 AMThe Climes, They Are A-Changing
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Nov. 20 2005 6:08 AMBeaned By a Curveball
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Oct. 2 2005 5:36 AMTourist Trap
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Sept. 4 2005 5:56 AMHe's Gaveling the Angels Now
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Aug. 7 2005 5:15 AMEntangled Sub-Plots
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July 10 2005 5:27 AMNo Nukes is Good Nukes
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June 5 2005 5:06 AMUpper-Class Class Warriors
Today's Blogs
April 29 2005 6:22 PMSocially Awkward
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April 22 2005 2:52 PMA Rift on the Right?The growing divide between small-government and Christian conservatives.
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April 8 2005 6:40 PMA "Brittle" Legacy?Andrew Sullivan remembers John Paul II.
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March 25 2005 5:51 PMPaper Dragon?The Economist says various problems will hold China back.
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June 11 2006 6:18 AM3 Guantanamo dentainees commit suicide
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April 1 2006 6:40 AM A second DeLay aide pleads guilty
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Feb. 11 2006 5:47 AMFudged Brownie
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Jan. 1 2006 5:49 AMThe Storm Fronts
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Nov. 27 2005 5:50 AMHedge Hogs
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Oct. 30 2005 5:13 AMIn the Market for Disaster
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Sept. 25 2005 4:16 AM'Cane Ain't Able
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Aug. 21 2005 5:52 AMKurds and Way-Out Factions
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July 31 2005 5:18 AMMaybe They Were Just a Little Spaced Out
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June 18 2005 5:47 AMThe Fraud Squad
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May 6 2005 3:55 PMWay To Go, BritsThe Economist chastises U.K. voters for weakening Tony Blair.
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April 29 2005 4:05 PMBarrels of TroubleThe Economist debates the significance of high oil prices.
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April 15 2005 4:27 PMBring on the Flat TaxIf it can work for Russia, why not here?
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April 1 2005 3:16 PMHydrogen on the Eastern Horizon?Why China could beat us on fuel-cell technology.
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March 11 2005 5:23 PMTo Privatize or Not?The New Republic debates the future of Social Security.



The World

How Canada’s Shooting Tragedies Have Shaped Its Gun Control Politics

Where Ebola Lives Between Outbreaks

Gunman Killed Inside Canadian Parliament; Soldier Shot at National Monument Dies

Sleater-Kinney Was Once America’s Best Rock Band

Can it be again?

Paul Farmer: Up to 90 Percent of Ebola Patients Should Survive

Is he right?


“I’m Not a Scientist” Is No Excuse

Politicians brag about their ignorance while making ignorant decisions.


Driving in Circles

The autonomous Google car may never actually happen.

In Praise of 13th Grade: Why a Fifth Year of High School Is a Great Idea 

PowerPoint Is the Worst, and Now It’s the Latest Way to Hack Into Your Computer

  News & Politics
Oct. 22 2014 9:42 PM Landslide Landrieu Can the Louisiana Democrat use the powers of incumbency to save herself one more time?
Continuously Operating
Oct. 22 2014 2:38 PM Crack Open an Old One A highly unscientific evaluation of Germany’s oldest breweries.
Gentleman Scholar
Oct. 22 2014 5:54 PM May I Offer to Sharpen My Friends’ Knives? Or would that be rude?
  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 22 2014 4:27 PM Three Ways Your Text Messages Change After You Get Married
  Slate Plus
Tv Club
Oct. 22 2014 5:27 PM The Slate Walking Dead Podcast A spoiler-filled discussion of Episodes 1 and 2.
Brow Beat
Oct. 22 2014 10:39 PM Avengers: Age of Ultron Looks Like a Fun, Sprawling, and Extremely Satisfying Sequel
Future Tense
Oct. 22 2014 5:33 PM One More Reason Not to Use PowerPoint: It’s The Gateway for a Serious Windows Vulnerability
  Health & Science
Wild Things
Oct. 22 2014 2:42 PM Orcas, Via Drone, for the First Time Ever
Sports Nut
Oct. 20 2014 5:09 PM Keepaway, on Three. Ready—Break! On his record-breaking touchdown pass, Peyton Manning couldn’t even leave the celebration to chance.